Taiwan on Tuesday passed a law which will fine bloggers who make false claims or exaggerate on behalf of products and companies as the number of consumer disputes soars.
Police in Shanghai have arrested five people for making fake iPhones, state media said on Friday, just as Apple fans overseas wait with bated breath for the launch of the US giant's newest model.
(AP) -- Two Northern California men are charged with misdemeanors for selling a lost Apple iPhone 4 they found last year in a bar.
Technology news website CNET reported that a new version of Apple's coveted iPhone went astray in a bar in a replay of an embarrassing loss that took place last year.
(AP) -- Prosecutors said Wednesday that they will not bring charges against a tech blogger who bought an Apple iPhone prototype after it was found at a bar in March 2010 in a case that ignited an unusual First Amendment ...
(AP) -- Some Netflix customers called it a slap in the face. Others a betrayal. Many threatened to drop the movie service.
Yahoo! chief executive Carol Bartz defended her turnaround efforts at the Internet pioneer Thursday and won the endorsement of the company's chairman and shareholders.
(AP) -- People who post to online message boards don't have the same protections as mainstream journalists when it comes to keeping their sources secret, the New Jersey Supreme Court ruled Tuesday.
(AP) -- A Malaysian social activist will apologize 100 times on Twitter in an unusual settlement with a magazine publisher in a defamation case, his lawyer said Thursday.
An English local authority said on Sunday it had taken US micro-blogging site Twitter to court in California and forced it to release the details of a British user.