Google is restructuring its European business units in the wake of growing regulatory and legal pressures.
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Two antitrust class-action lawsuits related to Android handsets have been dismissed in a Californian court.
Google has petitioned the highest court in the country to overturn a previous appeals court ruling favoring Oracle, which in itself overturned a mixed bag of district court rulings that primarily sided with Google.
Google says it has taken down many of the pictures of stolen from celebrity iCloud accounts and posted on its online properties.
Judge Lucy Koh has rejected the offer as too low, but the companies aren't taking the decision lying down.
In 3D printing, guns aren't the only tricky issues cropping up. The same types of legal and intellectual property issues that have haunted music and movies are about to get a lot broader.
Telstra today won a legal battle against NBN Co in the NSW Supreme Court, with the national broadband company set to pay the telco an extra AU$200 million unless it successfully appeals the ruling.
If you've sent an email to the wrong person, consider Goldman Sachs' solution: try to force Google to unsend it.
Apple has reached an out-of-court settlement and will potentially pay millions in damages to lay an antitrust lawsuit regarding ebook price fixing to rest.
Individuals in the E.U. can now make requests to search engines to remove links that show up in search results.
Europeans will now be able to ask Google remove search results that contain links to irrelevant information.
Latest court ruling states Oracle can be granted copyright protection for its Java APIs, opening up a legal precedent that could affect the thousands of APIs out there.
Appeals court doesn't examine constitutional issues raised by Lavabit and finds against them for legal errors.
For now, large Glass deployments in the enterprise aren't the norm. But Google is hoping developers are ready to experiment and build up business use cases.
The case may end up at the Supreme Court eventually — but it likely won't end up there until lower courts hand it up the judicial chain.
SimpleAir has won $85 million in damages over patents relating to Google's Cloud Messaging (GCM) and Android Cloud to Device Messaging (C2DM) services.
Oracle gets a legal victory in a Nevada federal court, but so does Rimini Street. Customers need to read a judge's ruling and Rimini's workaround plans.
The search giant is fighting a ruling that could see it fined €150,000 and forced to make changes to its French homepage.
Despite legal bids by Cisco to scupper the deal, a top EU court has approved the merger. But the video conferencing giant can still appeal the ruling.
The U.S. National Security Agency may have "court-sanctioned" legal powers to tap into the servers of Silicon Valley giants, which are fighting back against secretive gagging orders. But what happens if they lose their legal battle? What the lawyers are saying may surprise you.
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