Oracle, which has been claiming billions of dollars from Google as damages due to patent infringement related to Android, may have to do with less than $100 million.

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Apple’s request for data related to Android development and Motorola’s acquisition by Google has been denied by the judge presiding over the Apple-Motorola patent lawsuit.

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Samsung may be looking to make an investment in RIM, and launch devices powered by the Blackberry 10 OS, according to the latest rumor on the grapevine.

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The CyanogenMod team has decided that it will release CM9 with root access disabled by default. However, advanced users can enable root access via a simple toggle button in the Settings menu.

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According to a report from Wall Street Journal, Google will soon implement its semantic search technology to the search filter, which will analyze the meaning of words typed into the search box. Based on the meaning and context of words and phrases, Google will provide answers directly on the SERP page, instead of throwing a list of webpages, maps, ads or links.

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Apple lost a significant amount of market share in Q4 2011, following the launch of the Kindle Fire by Amazon. Its market share dropped from 61.5% to 54.7%, while Android saw its market share increase to 44.6%.

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Apparently, Google may be working with Asus to build its own Android ICS tablet, which will be priced at $199 to $249.

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Motorola and Google have been ordered to give information related to Android and Motorola’s acquisition by Google to Apple by a U.S. judge in a patent lawsuit.

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After a lot of requests from developers and users alike, Google has finally released the official design stencils for Android apps. This will allow developers to create beautiful Android apps without putting much effort into designing the basic design elements.

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Google may be planning to launch Android 5.0 Jelly Bean in Q2 2012, possibly at its I/O 2012 event.

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The Google-Motorola deal has reached two steps closer to its goal, as the U.S and the E.U anti-trust gave the deal a green signal.

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While everyone awaits the official words from 22 Internet companies before February 22nd 2012, Indian Telecom minister Kapil Sibal, has now said that social websites in India would not face censorship

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Google has a laughter detection algorithm tries to extract “textual laughter” from the comments section of a YouTube video. Words such as “hahaha”, “hehehe”, “jajaja”, “kekeke” in user comments counts as a strong signal towards the humorous nature of a video.

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Google is about to launch a new “get paid to surf” program where you can earn some incentives by trading your browsing habits and sending usage statistics to Google

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Google Seeks to Solve World’s Problems with Solve for X

Google has rolled out a new project called “Solve for X”. The project seeks to “amplify technology-based moonshot thinking and teamwork.”

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