Motorola, Huawei call truce, clearing path for Nokia Siemens deal
Motorola Solutions Inc. has been trying to close the sale of its networks business to Nokia Siemens Networks for the past nine months. On Wednesday, the deal moved closer to completion - but at a price.
Washington Post suspends reporter for plagiarism
The Washington Post has suspended a Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter for three months for lifting material from another US newspaper.
License to Tweet? UK may restrict posts from court
(AP) -- English courts may restrict the public's freedom to post Twitter updates from inside hearings to avoid the risk of prejudicing trials, the head of the judiciary in England and Wales said Monday.
Bison slaughter challenged as habitat effort flops
(AP) -- Yellowstone National Park's iconic bison herds are suffering their worst winter in several years with almost 400 of the animals being held for possible slaughter - and a much-heralded initiative to ...
US judge deals new blow to Obama health reform
A second US federal judge Monday declared President Barack Obama's health care law unconstitutional, sparking a fierce new showdown with Republicans who vow to repeal the historic reform act.
2 charged with stealing iPad users' information
Federal prosecutors in New Jersey are announcing the arrests of two men accused of stealing e-mail addresses and other information from more than 100,000 Apple iPad users.
Tragedy in Tucson: Could it have been stopped?
It's easy to point to signs of mental illness in the accused Arizona gunman. What's harder to pin down is whether health, legal or education systems should have prevented his bloody rampage.
Top UK judge: No ban on Twitter in court
(AP) -- It's the tweet smell of success for courtroom microbloggers in Britain.
US Justice Dept to appeal health care reform ruling
The Obama administration said Tuesday it would appeal against a federal judge's ruling that a key provision of the landmark health care reform law was unconstitutional.
Judge in Va. strikes down federal health care law
(AP) -- A federal judge declared the foundation of President Barack Obama's health care law unconstitutional Monday, ruling that the government cannot require Americans to purchase insurance. The case is ...
Google vows quicker, tougher copyright enforcement
(AP) -- Google Inc. is promising to do a better job of weeding out copyright violations on the Internet.
Google agrees to settle Buzz class action for $8M
(AP) -- Google Inc., the top Web search provider, will allocate about $8.5 million to Internet privacy and policy organizations as part of a class action settlement involving its Buzz social hub.
Judge approves $100M Dell accord (Update)
(AP) -- A federal judge on Wednesday approved Dell Inc.'s $100 million settlement with the government of civil fraud charges.
2 men get 18 months for attack on Comcast website
(AP) -- Two men who hacked into Comcast Corp.'s website have been sentenced to 18 months in prison.