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Software Copyright Litigation After Oracle v. Google

6 days agoIndustries / Law : Techdirt

Many observers, including me, predicted that the 2014 decision of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (“CAFC”) in Oracle America v. Google would provoke a new wave of litigation concerning copyright and interoperability. Show More Summary

India tells phone makers to build sub-$30 smartphones

The Indian market is destined to see a $30 (or cheaper) smartphone soon, with all the forces working on making this happen.  SEE ALSO: Next wave of cheap smartphones should cost $30: Google CEO Sundar Pichai To reach India’s one billion...Show More Summary

Sundar Pichai says next wave of affordable phones should cost $30

2 weeks agoTechnology / Google : Phandroid

Google CEO Sundar Pichai doesn't think $100 is good enough for an affordable smartphone. Even $50 is too much. His goal is $30.

Next wave of cheap smartphones should cost $30: Google CEO Sundar Pichai

With Android One, Google showed the world how functional, up-to-date smartphones can be shipped for $100. For the next wave of dirt-cheap smartphones, Google hopes to see that price barrier dropping to $30.  SEE ALSO: Sundar Pichai recollects...Show More Summary

Chrome will soon mark some HTTP pages as 'non-secure'

Google's first wave of security changes to convert webmasters to encrypted HTTPS target pages that ask for login data or credit card information.

Top 5 Gadget Stories Of 2016

Google, Snapchat, Pebble, Apple and Samsung all made headlines this year for making waves in the consumer gadget world.

7 reasons why Google isn’t the only source of traffic

When it comes to making waves within the online world, many of us focus on organic search, and with good reasons behind. Not optimising your content means that you’re potentially losing out on a lot of traffic. However, you may be surprised to know that Google isn’t the only platform for obtaining traffic. Show More Summary

Why you should be afraid of Google’s expansion into hardware

GUEST: Google first made waves in the hardware market when it purchased Motorola in 2011 for $12.5 billion. A company on the scale of Google getting involved in hardware put some established manufacturers on edge, though anxiety abated when Google later sold Motorola to Lenovo for $3 billion. Without being directly involved in hardware production, Google has continued to […]

Belkin Adds Google Home Support to Their Wemo Smart Home Products

Google’s answer to Amazon Alexa is starting to gain some traction in the smart home world. The new Google Assistant made waves when it was introduced on the Pixel phone, but the more significant Google Assistant product announced was Google Home. Show More Summary

Alan Thicke, Big Wave, Adam Levine, Google Year in Search 2016, Moana, McDonald’s: HOT LINKS

last monthLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

RIP. Growing Pains actor Alan Thicke dies. “The Times spoke with Robin Thicke on Tuesday evening, and he called his father “the greatest man I ever met” and “always a gentleman.” He confirmed that Thicke suffered a heart attack while playing ho… Read The post Alan Thicke, Big Wave, Adam Levine, Google Year in Search 2016, Moana, McDonald’s: HOT LINKS appeared first on Towleroad.

Wave of Daydream VR Apps Hits Google Play: Need for Speed, Gunjack 2, HBO Now and More

If you were at all originally concerned that a lack of content would be an issue with Google’s Daydream VR platform, hopefully days like today, where Google pushes out a bunch of apps and games in waves will help. We’re seeing high-end...Show More Summary

API Management Vendor Akana Acquired by Rogue Wave Software

The ink for the news stories about Google's acquisition of API management solution provider Apigee has barely had a chance to dry and yet another API management vendor -- this time Akana, Inc. -- has been snatched off the market, this time by Rogue Wave Software. Rogue Wave acquired the PHP platform provider ZEND in 2015.

Blizzard, Google team up to teach next-generation AIs how to play Starcraft II

Blizzard and Google are teaming up to teach AI how to play Starcraft 2. This could either launch an incredible new wave of gaming AI advances, or leave us shivering in our homes, terrified of playing against anyone who isn't human. The post Blizzard, Google team up to teach next-generation AIs how to play Starcraft II appeared first on ExtremeTech.

Exploring the present and future of credit card processing (AAPL, GOOG, GOOGL, JPM, MSFT, WMT, KSS)

Digital and online is the wave of the future when it comes to payment processing. We have no shortage of ways to process credit cards today, but the future of credit card processing is in the digital space. And we're already starting...Show More Summary

Ads, video boost Alphabet

Alphabet shows it has honed its core business for the mobile era and is closing in on the next wave of computing. ||| San Francisco - Google parent Alphabet bested analysts' estimates for third-quarter profit and revenue on ThursdayShow More Summary

Google Pixel / Pixel XL Unboxing!

3 months agoTechnology / Google : Droid Life

Your Google Pixel and Pixel XL orders will be arriving by the end of the week, since October 20 is launch day, so let’s go ahead and start getting you prepared for the big day. As you can probably tell by the wave of Pixel content that just hit our front page, we have been […] Google Pixel / Pixel XL Unboxing! is a post from: Droid Life

Apple CEO Tim Cook pours cold water on virtual reality: 'There's no substitute for human interaction' (AAPL)

Apple just dropped another major clue about its next big computing platform — and it's not virtual reality (VR). Right now, we're in the middle of a major wave of hype around VR. Sony just brought out the PlayStation VR, and Google recently announced more information about its mobile-powered Daydream headset. Show More Summary

‘China’s Google’ LeEco announces US debut next month

Chinese manufacturer LeEco is finally ready to make its big break in the US. The company today sent out invitation for a launch event in California on October 19. If you’re not familiar with the company, it’s been making waves for its highly affordable products with pumped up specs. Show More Summary

Warner Bros. Tried To Get Their Own Website Taken Down For Copyright Infringement!

Warner Bros. is on the hook for common sense infringement! Ha! Recently, the studio requested that Google remove another wave of web pages from its search results, citing copyright violation — a typical request from big studios. Related: Former Warner Bros. Employee SLAMS The Studio's CEO! On the list WB submitted, it asked the search engine to remove [...]

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