The Cambridge-based software firm is accused of having misrepresented its history and business prospects ahead of the $10 billion deal.
We recap some of the top consumer and business news and analysis that made waves at ITProPortal over the past week.
The company is pursuing neither an outright sale nor sales of major assets, insisted CEO Rory Read in an email sent to staff.
The Dock+, which has so far raked in more than 80 per cent of its funding goal, comes with a built-in Lightning connector.
The British Phonographic Industry's chief executive has accused the search giant of having a contradictory anti-piracy position.
Lenovo has toppled HP as the world's number one PC manufacturer, but the market share title may not be as significant as it appears.
A panel at today's Mozilla Festival in London highlighted the importance of citizen science in data-driven research areas.
Coders, hackers, journalists and other proponents of the open web have come together in Ravensbourne, London to explore web literacy.
The top stories on ITProPortal today, also with Microsoft innovating translation software and Apple topping holiday gift lifts.
The foundation has teamed up with Nesta and Nominet Trust to create a fund that will encourage youngsters to learn how to code.
With digital working on the rise, organisations must implement more effective IT measures to improve employee productivity.
Music streaming services are popping up at a dizzying pace, but a fundamental flaw in their business model could prove fatal.
The biggest news on ITProPortal today, also with Instagram inundated by Hurricane Sandy photos and Apple's departing execs.
After announcing its updated Nexus product line-up, the search giant has revealed that Nexus 7 pricing will range from £159 to £239.
Scott Forstall was fired after he refused to sign his name to Tim Cooks' Apple Maps apology letter, it has been reported.
Apple's biggest contract manufacturer has been accused of deliberately trying to lower the expenses it owes to an injured engineer.
The company, which owns T-Mobile and Orange, has become the country's first operator to offer superfast mobile Internet.
The search giant has confirmed the rumours about its new line of devices, produced in collaboration with LG and Samsung.
With nearly 300,000 microprocessors and 19,000 GPUs, the Titan supercomputer can perform at speeds of 20 petaflops.
This week was one of the busiest in recent tech history, with product launches, conferences and other developments making headlines.
The top stories on ITProPortal today, also with a roundup of the most important earnings results of the third quarter.
The tech giant is currently in talks with major record labels to launch an ad-supported streaming radio service, it has been reported.
The US Securities and Exchange Commission reportedly requested information from IBM over reports ZTE resold its products in Iran.
In a preliminary ruling, Samsung was found by Judge Thomas Pender to have violated four out of six patents listed by Apple.
The South Korean giant's Galaxy smartphones and tablets do not infringe on an Apple-held patent, the court ruled.