It's not just paranoia. They really are watching you. The world we're living in is getting weirder and more dangerous all the time. So it's a good thing science fiction has been stockpiling dark mind-fraks for decades, full of smart survival strategies. Here are 10 paranoid science fiction tales that could keep you…
We've been watching Apple and Samsung hammer each other for what feels like eons over who ripped off whom. And now the jury is in (shockingly soon): Samsung just lost almost everything.
As the courtroom battles continue, Samsung yesterday went for Apple by arguing that several iOS-wide UI features were actually developed well before the iPhone came into existence.
Jury duty! The worst. Civic duty? Oh please. And since we can't avoid serving, it better be good. One unnamed juror from the high-profile Oracle v. Google case was described by Jury Foreman Greg Thompson, 52, as dissatisfied with Oracle uber-lawyer David Boies's attempts to prove Google had infringed on both its…
Google and a Motorola Mobility unit have been ordered by a US judge to turn over details relating to the development of Android to Apple. Along with it, Google is to hand over information about Google's pending $12.5 billion acquisition of Moto.
If you are a juror and you try to use Facebook to contact a defendant, you will get be dismissed. And if you're an imbecile like the guy in this photo, then you will get in jail.
Just like in the bloody old times of the Roman Inquisition, some Italian imbeciles are trying to blame some Italian scientists for the 300 victims of the 2009 L'Aquila earthquake today. How this stupidity has reached trial is beyond me.
Prosecutors in the case against Apple's Paul Devine—accused of taking $1 million in payola from Asian parts suppliers—say they found $150,000 in shoeboxes at his home. Investigators are now looking for the rest, at home and abroad.
In the final day of the Pirate Bay trial, the defense made its closing arguments. While doing so, they rebooted the servers, which had crashed, from the court room.
Today at The Pirate Bay trial, there were two expert witnesses, both of whom were sympathetic to the TPB cause. So of course, the IFPI tried to discredit their credentials rather than their ideas.
The Pirate Bay bittorrent trackers are on trial today in Stockholm. The reports have been interesting:
Apple's posted a 30-day iWork '08 trial for you to fiddle with if you're not sure whether or not it's worth your $79 yet. [Apple]
If you don't feel like investing in a new Sprint music phone to get your music there another way. Nokia and music label EMI have devised a dandy way to get your tunes on your cellphone using Bluetooth. The system will also allow you to get ringtones, wallpapers, video clips and vouchers—all streamed to your…