Last October's decision is overturned, so you can't back up your music and movies any more. Sorry about that.
The UK High Court has ruled that Google cannot block legal action in the UK due to its location in the United States, a win for groups campaigning against the search engine.
Google's claim that it doesn't come under British jurisdiction needs to be challenged, test lawsuit claims.
The TV service has lost its appeal in the High Court over its trademark, and may have to change its name.
The High Court has ruled that Apple must cover Samsung's legal costs following the row over a statement published on its website.
Apple has posted a new version of a statement reflecting a High Court ruling that the Samsung Galaxy Tab did not copy the iPad's designs.
Sections of the UK's controversial Digital Economy Act are being challenged in Britain's High Court this week.
Reaction to the British High Court's decision to NOT allow hacker Gary McKinnon is coming in from all corners of the tech industry, with Canadian writer and human rights activist Oxblood Ruffin claiming that the decision marks "an appalling day for every British citizen."
TechRadar recently caught up with David Cooke, director of the British Board of Film Classification, along with Mark Dawson, one of the BBFC’s leading games examiners, to discuss, among other things, the recent Byron Review, the Manhunt 2 saga and to find out more about what the BBFC thinks about the future of videogame classification and age-ratings in the UK.