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  • Oracle wants to question Google's Larry Page in Android patent lawsuit

     
    Wall Street got to question the usually reclusive Larry Page on Thursday. Now Oracle Corp. wants its shot at questioning Google Inc.'s new chief executive in high-stakes patent litigation that has pitted the two tech giants against each other. Oracle sued...
  • Google's social network Google+ hits 20 million visitors

     
    Google+ has had 20 million unique visitors –- 5 million of them in the U.S. -- since it launched the social networking service three weeks ago, research firm ComScore reports. The new data shows explosive growth even though Google has not officially...
  • Judge criticizes Oracle, Google in patent dispute

     
    Oracle Corp. and Google Inc. squared off in a high-stakes patent battle in federal court Thursday. Damages were the focus of the hearing that Reuters described as "testy." And U.S. District Judge William Alsup unloaded on both companies, saying each was...
  • Google buys g.co as official company URL shortener

     
    Google products will soon also be available at g.co URLs. The search giant announced in a blog post that it has bought the .co web address to be used as its official company URL shortner. "In the world of URLs, bigger is not always better," said Gary...
  • Google says it's winding down Google Labs

     
    Google says it's winding down Google Labs, a website that let users play with new products that Google engineers were experimenting with. The announcement came in a blog post aptly named "More wood behind fewer arrows," referring to Google CEO Larry Page'...
  • Los Angeles sues AT&T for unpaid taxes [Updated]

     
    Anyone who’s ever taken a close look at a cellular telephone bill knows there’s a lot of fees and taxes buried in the fine print. But it’s nothing like the bill that city of Los Angeles has slapped on AT&T.......
  • AT&T: Gingerbread coming for 2011 Android phones

     
    Do you have an Android phone on AT&T? If so, you're about to get some Gingerbread -- that is, as long as you bought your phone this year. AT&T said Monday that it plans to push updates to all of its Android phones purchased in 2011 that will move the...
  • Oracle can question Google's Larry Page in patent dispute

     
    Oracle will get its shot at questioning Google CEO Larry Page in the high-stakes -- and already very testy -- patent litigation that has pitted the two tech giants against each other....
  • Google's Page Speed Service can rewrite your site, make it faster

     
    Google wants to make the web faster and its willing to rewrite your website to do it. On Thursday, Ram Ramani, an engineer on Google's "Make the Web Faster" team in Bangalore, India, announced the company's Page Speed Service which he said can result in...
  • Google+: Will the real Steve Jobs please stand up?

     
    Steve Jobs has a Google+ account, and apparently, he's up for sharing some personal quirks. "I'm looking for a fixer-upper with a solid foundation," Jobs writes in the "about me" section. "Am willing to tear down walls, build bridges, and light fires. I...
  • Google's Eric Schmidt to testify at September Senate hearing

     
    We have a date -- Google Chairman Eric Schmidt will face a U.S. Senate antitrust subcommittee hearing on Sept. 21. The hearing, held by the Senate's Subcommittee on Antitrust, Competition Policy and Consumer Rights is officially called "The Power of...