Google-owned Waze is potentially facing a class-action lawsuit due to allegations that Waze's creator built the firm based on the efforts of those involved in a community mapping project.
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A French consumer group is taking action over the three companies' refusal to alter their terms and conditions on privacy - including sending French users to documents in English.
A California woman ticketed for wearing Google Glass while driving is enjoying dismissal of the citation thanks to a decision in court that there wasn't proof the headset was operating at the time.
For the second time this month, a federal judge has refused to dismiss a case accusing the tech giant of potentially violating wiretap laws to target advertisements through email scanning.
Verizon says that the issues raised by the Snowden leaks are questions for society, not press releases.
Apple and Google are once again canvassing the courtroom as the tech giants argue over the reopening of a lawsuit concerning mobile phone technology patents.
The negotiations have failed, the government requests for delays are over, and the parties are proceeding to litigation.
The Taipei High Administrative Court rules against the city government's attempts to impose a NT$1 million fine on the search giant for limiting the time for mobile app refunds to just 15 minutes.
Microsoft has finally taken its battle against Android directly to the source. In a German courtroom today, Microsoft's lawyers announced they were adding Google as a defendant in a patent-infringement lawsuit against Google subsidiary Motorola Mobility.
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Fuhu Inc., the Los Angeles startup behind the $199 Nabi childrens' tablet with Google Nexus guts, is suing former partner Toys "R" Us, which plans to launch its own competing Tabeo tablet next month.
Oracle's last chance for a big day with its Google lawsuit, at this U.S. District Court at least, has come to an end.
The Oracle v. Google jury still looks lost in deliberations over a verdict in the patent phase of the lawsuit.
Despite the lack of a clear decision by the jury in the Oracle-Google lawsuit, , there's bad news for Google as a company whatever the end result and whatever damages Google ends up paying for infringement. There are some basic business issues it keeps getting wrong.
Oracle's case is as dead now as when it began. Like SCO with its insane attacks against IBM and Linux, Oracle doesn't have a leg to stand on in its Google litigation.
Oracle's Safra Catz tries to refute Google's claims that Oracle initiated the lawsuit because it couldn't compete in the mobile OS market.
Oracle's patent infringement and copyright lawsuit against Google has finally gone off to trial at the US District Court in San Francisco, but there are certainly plenty of questions looming as to where this will end up.
Oracle's patent infringement and copyright lawsuit against Google gets underway on Monday in a court in San Francisco
Both Google and Oracle's CEOs have been named as witnesses by Oracle in its lawsuit over patent and copyright infringement claims surrounding Java and Android.
Enterprise software giant Oracle Inc. is being sued by one of its investors due to a former lawsuit.
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