Apple has settled a portion of its e-book price-fixing case involving several state governments which were seeking up to $840 million on behalf of consumers.
Google faces headwinds (and in some cases, outright ridicule) getting consumers to try to accept its Google Glass computer headgear. Some observers have argued that the company might try focusing on business customers who can use them for specific purposes with immediate, practical payoffs.
Though it had been rumored for many months, Sony officially announced this week at E3 that it is developing its first original TV series for the PlayStation console.
On the heels of reports that Apple Inc. has become dissatisfied with its advertising, two of the company's top executives are going public with how much they love a new ad by Beats.
[This post was updated at 2:25 to reflect additional information filed by GoPro.]
To the editor: It's outrageous that the Los Angeles Unified School District thinks it's above the "parent trigger" law by suspending it for the upcoming school year. ("LAUSD says it's not subject to state's 'parent trigger' law this year," Aug. 14) In the letter to L.A. Unified granting a waiver from federal requirements, there was nothing that would condone or justify the circumvention of state law. Parent-trigger author Gloria Romero is rightfully livid, as this breach of public trust by district officials is in complete contradiction to the spirit of a law designed to give parents a voice. Parents don't have the luxury of...