The Windows 10 upgrade controversy takes another turn! Microsoft has been asked to pay a user damages after it installed the OS on a device without authorization. This particular case took place in a land called Finland. Despite the software titan promising to behave in the future after a large number of legal...

A tried and tested way to get tried and tested results? Microsoft has gone after an IP address that it believes tried to activate pirated copy of Windows and Office. The lawsuit filed claims both copyright and trademark infringement. Redmond has explained in court documents that this particular IP address was used by...

Head for the hills! Patent tolls running amok! The nascent field of AR is about to become a target of the patent suits planned, and Microsoft HoloLens is one of the first names on the list. Fact is, patent holding companies were practically waiting for the perfect opportunity to wield their powers by claiming...

All your base are belong to us? Well, something very similar to the timeless meme. Microsoft continues its legal battle against the US government for email privacy. This time however, the company is saying that all your email belongs to you, not us. Microsoft repeated this stance in a recent blog post, which follows...

There is something special about making the same mistake twice. Almost everyone tends to consciously avoid doing so, but it appears Microsoft may soon find itself in a bit of a legal tangle. So the story goes like this. Redmond recently made the new name of its SkyDrive cloud service official, confirming that the...

The technology patent war just took a rather interesting turn earlier today when a judge gave the verdict that Motorola’s patents are not worth the $4 billion per year it mandates Microsoft to pay. In fact, the ruling declares that Motorola’s patents are worth far less — think $3.82 billion less. This is a massive,...

What is it, Legal News Day? Just around the time that Microsoft updated its Surface product page with disclaimers about the available storage (after being sued by a customer, no less), another customer is taking the Redmond titan to court – this time in the land down under. An Australia customer believes that...