The New York Times reports that the Oracle-Google patent infringement battle is likely just one of many to come in the mobile phone market.
Internal documents revealed at the trial show that Google was aiming to get a much bigger chunk of its revenues from products unrelated to its search service, Reuters reports.
The Associated Press examines how Apple CEO Tim Cook is beginning to emerge from the late Steve Jobs’ shadow.
In between swigs of beer, Groupon’s CEO told his employees at a town hall meeting that the online daily deals provider needs to grow up, the Wall Street Journal reports.
The six partners of the Silicon Valley venture firm Andreessen Horowitz have pledged to give away half their earnings from their investments, CNET reports.
Apple lovers may have to wait until the fall for the release of the next iPhone, The Washington Post reports.
Kodak is set to sell its online photo business to Shutterfly, according to the Los Angeles Times.
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