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legal headaches

Oracle's copyright win may not amount to much as patent phase unfolds

How the Apple-Samsung case could push OEMs closer to Google and stock Android

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You’ve probably heard by now that Samsung took a real thrashing at the hands of Apple’s crack legal team late last week. In addition to the physical design patents, the jury found that Samsung’s TouchWiz interface was ripping off the iOS look and feel, known as trade dress. Samsung made...
How the Apple-Samsung case could push OEMs closer to Google and stock Android
Oracle v. Google patent phase wraps up

Apple 'iAd' Could Generate Billions in Revenue, Says Analyst

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Apple introduced its iAd mobile advertising platform, which will allow third-party developers to embed advertisements within mobile apps, as part of its upcoming iPhone OS 4. An analyst with Broadpoint AmTech predicts that iAd could earn Apple billions of dollars annually once actualized, but another analyst suggests that the platform...
Apple 'iAd' Could Generate Billions in Revenue, Says Analyst

Booting Up: It Was All a Dream, I Used to Read Word Up Magazine

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(Wikipedia) Is Vine going to run into the same legal headaches as early hip hop? [GigaOm] Searching for a framework to explain the conflict between wearable tech pros and opponents, Nick Bilton went with Dr. Seuss. [New York Times] “They want teenage kids posting up all the stupid duck face...
Booting Up: It Was All a Dream, I Used to Read Word Up Magazine

Pinterest Takes A Small Step Toward Fighting Copyright With Opt-Out Meta Tag

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As the noise continues to grow surrounding Pinterest and its potential legal headaches, the image-based social network has taken a small step toward placating website owners concerned with potential copyright violations. As LL Social pointed out yesterday, Pinterest is supporting a... Please visit Marketing Land for the full article....
Pinterest Takes A Small Step Toward Fighting Copyright With Opt-Out Meta Tag
Oracle to pursue longshot claim for copyright damages

The technological imperative: An excerpt from The Battle for the Books

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Roughly a decade ago, Google hatched an audacious plan: The company would scan the world’s books and make them searchable. But by the time Google Books officially launched in 2004 (as Google Print), authors, publishers and others had already started to voice their concerns. For our newest ebook, The Battle...
The technological imperative: An excerpt from The Battle for the Books
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