EU court will not rule on Intel antitrust case until next year
Published in Processors


Gives it time to save up a bit


Europe's top court is unlikely to rule on Intel’s appeal against a record 1.06 billion euro EU antitrust fine until next year

Apple "lied" to customers about legal rights
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Because it is such a cool, user-friendly company

Australia's consumer watchdog has carried out an investigation into the fruity, tax-dodging cult Apple and found that its staff lie to customers about their legal rights.

Spammer and journalist face off in court
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Ugly case


River City Media, the company accused of running a huge spam operation, has filed a lawsuit against the security researcher and the journalist who exposed its antics.

Lawyer admits smut scam
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Made him millions


A law school graduate told a court that he discovered a wizard wheeze to make a lot of cash fast which involved accusing people who used the internet of downloading illegal porn

Apple broke iOS6 to force iOS7 upgrade
Published in Mobiles


Class action


The fruity tax-dodging cargo-cult Apple borked its iOS 6 operating system to force users to upgrade to iOS 7, a US court has been told.

Apple can be sued for playing monopoly
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Old case back from the dead

An old case which accused Apple of conspiring to create a monopoly has risen from the grave to bite Jobs’ Mob.

Justice department steps into the case of the rounded rectangle
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Will someone think of the poor rounded rectangles?

The US Justice Department has said that it is worried about the implications of Apple winning a trademark dispute against Samsung.

Google shoots down Oracle case
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Java Applets were fair use

Google has won a major US court battle with software firm Oracle after a jury ruled it did not nick parts of the Java programming language.

Catz claims Oracle bought Sun to protect its own products
Published in Mobiles


We did not have a court battle with Google in mind

Oracle told a court that it did not acquire Sun Microsystems in 2009 to launch a copyright lawsuit against Google, but rather to protect its products that relied on Sun's software.

Websites not responsible for reader's comments
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Well they aren't responsible why should we be?

The European Court has decided that comments written by readers at the bottom of news stories do not have to be policed by the magazines under defamation law.