A judge ruled Monday that Samsung should be allowed to sell its Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet computer in the U.S., the latest development in a long-running patent dispute between the electronics maker and Apple.
Paolo Gabriele, former butler to Pope Benedict XVI, will take the stand in his own trial Tuesday to answer to criminal charges of stealing hundreds of secret papers from the pope's personal apartment and leaking them to an Italian journalis
Scores of iPhone 5 users hit Apple's support forums over the past week to exchange anecdotal reports on a scary bug: Their phones appeared to be sucking down cellular data even when they were connected to a Wi-Fi network, resulting in big o
As Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama prepare to square off at Wednesday's presidential debate in Denver, a survivor of the deadly shooting outside that city in July is pushing the candidates to spell out plans to stem deadly gun violen
The leading Democrat in the Senate continued his attacks on Republican nominee Mitt Romney Sunday in an op-ed that questions the former Massachusetts governor's character and pivots back to criticism over the GOP candidate's taxes.