Smartphone customers in China are as sick of preinstalled apps as you are.
Apple had to prove that a 2006 update to iTunes didn't harm consumers in a case against its DRM restrictions.
The FTC is forcing Google to pay out at least $19 million to Google Play users whose kids made in-app purchases.
Samsung apparently wasn't happy Microsoft wanted to buy Nokia, and now the companies will go at it in court.
The ongoing legal battle between Apple and Samsung has been laid to rest around the world. Everywhere but the States, that is.
A judge ruled LinkedIn can face consumer lawsuits for spamming invites to email accounts outside of its network.
It may be legal, but retired U.K. judge Sir Robin Jacob's latest gig is raising eyebrows in the media.
Government requests for user information is on the rise, citing data from June through December 2012.