The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has wrapped up an investigation into revenue allocation at Canada’s largest software company, concluding that that Cognos Inc.'s revenue recognition policy does not violate SEC rules.
Chip maker Micron Technologies Inc. is shelling out $30 million to settle a patent dispute with rival Tessera Technologies Inc., which accused the company of infringing its technology for semiconductor packaging.
Weighed down by confrontations with competition regulators in the U.S. and Europe, Microsoft Corp. is drafting a set of voluntary principles to ward off further antitrust concerns about its ubiquitous operating system, the company said Wednesday.
A New York City pay phone operator has accused its competitors, the city and the commission in charge of telecommunications of conspiring to control the public pay phone market through strict regulation and preferential treatment.
Refusing to back down from the French government, the European Commission is taking its state aid complaint over France Télécom to the European Court of Justice, in hopes of recovering up to €1.14 billion.
A Washington, D.C.-based nonprofit advocacy group has asked the court to allow it to weigh in on the AT&T/SBC and Verizon/MCI mergers currently being reviewed in federal court, in a development that could affect the judge’s decision concerning whether or not to approve the merger settlements.
The federal judge overseeing Rambus Inc.’s drawn-out patent battle against Hynix Semiconductor Inc. has slashed the jury's $307 million penalty against Hynix, calling the stunning sum “exaggerated.”
Software maker Ulticom Inc. has become the latest tech company to get caught up in a stock options scandal, after a group of shareholders filed a derivative suit against officers and directors of the company accusing them of improperly backdating options.
Data technology companies Intermec Inc. and Symbol Technologies Inc. on Tuesday resolved all outstanding intellectual property disputes stemming from last year’s intensive patent infringement battle.
A hedge fund has filed an involuntary Chapter 11 petition against Mexican cellular operator Grupo Iusacell Celular SA de CV, in an attempt to thwart the company’s debt restructuring and negotiate a better deal.
British mobile operator Vodafone has fired off a €500 million lawsuit at Italian rival Telecom Italia SpA, alleging the company has abused its dominant position in the Italian telecom market.
Computer animation technology has sparked a court battle between New York University and software maker Autodesk, with NYU alleging that Autodesk knowingly infringed several of its patents for animation software.
A U.S. Appeals Court panel on Thursday upheld a lower court decision that Steelcase Inc. did not violate two Flex-Rest LLC patents related to computer keyboard positioning systems.
A Canadian technology and design firm is hauling some of the industry’s most formidable names into court, targeting Dell Inc. and others in a case that hinges on a patent for multi-screen display units.
An Australian agency’s failed attempts to license its WiFi patent in the United States has exempted it from legal protection normally afforded to foreign governments and freed a group of high-tech heavyweights to seek declaratory judgment, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit ruled.
A 21-year-old lawsuit between a Silicon Valley semiconductor company and a wronged Canadian engineer has been settled for about $3 million—a fraction of the $172 million damage award the plaintiff lost through his lawyer’s error.
Marking an initial win for Google Inc., a federal court judge tossed a lawsuit Thursday by an angry online publisher that alleged Google wielded its monopoly power to boot the publisher off its popular search engine index.
Taking the first swipe at a familiar rival, Intel Corp. has hit semiconductor developer AmberWave Systems Corp. with a lawsuit seeking declaratory judgment, claiming it did not infringe on its patent related to chip fabrication.
The Federal Communications Commission has approved the sale of Adelphia Communications to Time Warner Inc. and Comcast Corp., on the condition that the cable providers allow competitors access to local sports programming in all markets except for Philadelphia.
After guilty pleas, million-dollar settlements, and an investigation that has lasted for years, the makers of dynamic random access memory chips are facing more legal battles.