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iiNet wins copyright case against Hollywood – is not liable for users’ piracy
YouTube faces massive music royalty bill in German copyright case
YouTube ordered to filter uploads by German court
Android, Java, and the tech behind Oracle v. Google (FAQ)
Google’s chief Java architect: it’s ‘likely’ I copied Sun code found in Android, ‘I’m sorry’ if I did
Larry Page: Android isn’t critical, it’s a delivery vehicle for Google services
Oracle considered buying RIM or Palm to get into the smartphone game
Google Drive detailed: 5 GB for free, launching next week for Mac, Windows, Android and iOS
Google Drive spotted on Android developer’s phone in a live Google+ Hangout
Microsoft cuts version confusion, offers three consumer flavours of Windows 8
All Windows Phones to get upgrade to ‘next major version,’ according to Microsoft developer evangelist (update)
Sources: current Windows Phone devices will not get ‘Apollo’ upgrade
All current Windows Phones will/won’t get WP 8
MOG coming to Australia, partners with Telstra
Samsung Galaxy S III revealed on video, with a twist
Galaxy S II successor to have quad-core processor with ‘superlative’ benchmarks, will be shown on May 3rd
Next iPhone may be housed in ‘Liquidmetal’
Next iPhone said to get new touch panel tech
Pebble e-Paper Watch for iPhone and Android breaks Kickstarter records