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Google Sends Oracle $4 Million Legal Bill

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In a court filing, Google has asked that Oracle pay costs including printing and copy fees, compensation for expert appointments and filing fees for both printed and electronic excerpts over the course of the Android patent infringement case. In a court filing, Google has asked that Oracle pay costs including printing and copy fees, compensation for expert appointments and filing fees for both printed and electronic excerpts over the course of the Android patent infringement case. 0 Comments

Google-Oracle $1 Billion Android Patent Trial Begins

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The trial between Google and Oracle over the use Java software within the Android operating system began in California yesterday with the selection of the jury. It is likely Oracle will seek around $1 billion in damages from Google. The trial between Google and Oracle over the use Java software within the Android operating system began in California yesterday with the selection of the jury. It is likely Oracle will seek around $1 billion in damages from Google. 0 Comments

Oracle Rejects Google’s $3 Million Offer to Settle Patent Dispute

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Google offered Oracle $3 million plus less than 1 percent of its Android's revenue in the hopes of avoiding a trial over claims that Google's Android operating system has infringed on Java patents. Oracle has rejected the offer for being too low. Google offered Oracle $3 million plus less than 1 percent of its Android's revenue in the hopes of avoiding a trial over claims that Google's Android operating system has infringed on Java patents. Oracle has rejected the offer for being too low. 0 Comments

Google's goo.gl URL Shortener Used for 'Drive-by' Malware Attacks

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A new malware attack is luring victims by using web-based exploits to perform a 'drive-by' malware download under the guise of an electronic money transfer. Attackers make use of Google's goo.gl link-shortening service to hide the attack site. A new malware attack is luring victims by using web-based exploits to perform a 'drive-by' malware download under the guise of an electronic money transfer. Attackers make use of Google's goo.gl link-shortening service to hide the attack site. 0 Comments

Google Launches Local for Mobile

Google's new Local for mobile service is a stripped-down version of the web-based Google Local that puts a heavy emphasis on maps and driving directions. Google's new Local for mobile service is a stripped-down version of the web-based Google Local that puts a heavy emphasis on maps and driving directions. 0 Comments

April 2000 Search Engine Briefs

Brief items about how to merge multiple search pages into one, an update meta search tool from Go, the closure of WebCrawler's search voyeur, and a new job search engine. Brief items about how to merge multiple search pages into one, an update meta search tool from Go, the closure of WebCrawler's search voyeur, and a new job search engine. 0 Comments

Search Engines Get Fancy With Ads

A look at advertising on search engines, and the different type of next generation ads search engines are using, such as Enliven and V-Banner. A look at advertising on search engines, and the different type of next generation ads search engines are using, such as Enliven and V-Banner. 0 Comments