A Shanghai court ruled Apple can continue to sell the iPad in China, as a lawsuit over trademark threatens to disrupt the company’s success in the country.
Amazon removed more than 4,000 independent e-book titles from its online store, highlighting the mounting tension between publishers and retailers over digital books and narrowing its selection for readers.
Tech companies agreed to stronger privacy policies for mobile apps, as scrutiny ramps up among lawmakers and consumer advocates about how apps handle personal information.
A flaw in Facebook’s security policy has triggered a series of lawsuits nationwide, drawing further attention to how the social media giant treats its users.
Consumers will wait longer for their favorite music to hit free streaming sites, as the music industry increasingly “windows” new releases to prevent services like Spotify from cannibalizing album sales.
Technology is saving endangered languages, preserving dying tongues and encouraging young people’s use of less common dialects.
T-Mobile is seeking to block Verizon from buying cable company spectrum, as carriers fight to protect their interests and boost bandwidth in competing for faster networks.
Cell phones may encourage selfish behavior, according to one study, even though other examples demonstrate the devices can also foster social connectedness.
Motion-sensing technology is re-routing voice calls as texts or voicemail, highlighting the innovative ways companies are taking to curb distracted driving.
The rate of identity theft is rising, as customers store more personal data on smartphones, highlighting the intensifying fight for protection against hackers and criminals.