The former Apple CEO planned to speak of a holy war during a 2010 management retreat, according to court exhibits
The Apple marketing chief is first to give testimony as the company clashes with Samsung
Apple lawyers spoke of 'massive' infringement by Samsung as a jury trial began in Califronia
Apple gear was well-represented among the pool of prospective jurors
A survey from a Creighton University professor finds almost all consumers want the ability to remotely kill a stolen cellphone.
California court finds the Ryan Seacrest-backed keyboard could infringe BlackBerry's patents
Judge Denise Cote rejected Apple arguments in approving the class status
The two companies are due back in court on Monday to argue over smartphone patents.
Privacy and form-factor are some of the big questions for this emerging category
The secret space plane could be testing new technology for spy satellites. But will we ever know?
The government is attempting to block access to a secret recording of a meeting. But will it work?
The speed of the service is capped, so is it really useful when traveling?
The prototype smartphone will be used to help develop autonomous flying robots
"It's really cool to see other people entering the VR space," Palmer Luckey told us at this week's Game Developer Conference.
The new virtual-reality headset drew a line at the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco