"Oracle, Google Struggle To Explain APIs To Jury: Day four of Oracle's copyright and patent lawsuit against Google's Android OS brings a lesson in API design and programming that even the judge declares 'confusing.'"
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Foss Patents 4/20
"Android, Java, and the tech behind Oracle v. Google (FAQ)"
CNET News 4/20
"Google's defence against Oracle in pictures"
ZDNet UK 4/20
"Three things are clear in Oracle vs. Google/Three things are clear about Oracle's Java patent infringement suit against Google's Android: It will likely drag on for years, it poses a great but remote risk to Android and Java developers and it will make for lots of fascinating reading."
EE Times 4/20
"No sign of Sun in Oracle conference rooms: Oracle's plan to dump unique room names at former Sun campus draws ire of current and former employees"
"Feds Banish Oracle From Popular Contract Vehicle: Federal government cancels Oracle's services contract on the General Services Administration's IT Schedule 70. Feds spent $388 million on Oracle products and services through Schedule 70 in fiscal 2011."
"IBM speeds push for 500-mile EV battery: Big Blue signs on partners for its Battery 500 Project to design an 'air-breathing' lithium air battery that would create a leap in energy density."
CNET News 4/20
"IBM electric vehicle battery project adds two materials partners"
"HP: Printed images can 'come alive' with Autonomy tech"
ZDNet UK 4/20
"HP: Fewer security vulnerabilities reported, but risk escalating"
"Intel supports China-based makers to promote ultrabooks"
"Why Intel Cove Point Ultrabook Is No iPad Killer"
"Chambers: 90% of Acquisitions in Hi-Tech Fail" [Video Report]
"Cisco Outlines Insieme Software Networking Venture"
"Security, privacy ideas emerge at Demo conference: Amid the companies presenting are startups doing two-factor authentication, Facebook profile-cleaning, and clearer terms of service"
IDG News Service 4/20
"New process promises cheap, flexible electronics: Televisions as thin and flexible as a sheet of paper could be on the way, thanks to a new technique for printing electronics."
TG Daily 4/20
"IT Administrators Experience High Stress Levels"
"Are zombies sucking the life out of your data center?"
"The BYOD era may be ending already"
"The most mortifying moments in IT security history: From Lockheed Martin and HBGary Federal to the U.S. government and Cornell University, no one is immune to humiliating security glitches" [Slideshow]
Network World 4/20
"Share of Canadians who want a BlackBerry slips dramatically in survey"
The Globe and Mail 4/20
"Diablo III goes open beta this weekend"
TG Daily 4/20
"Diablo 3 Beta Open to Everyone This Weekend Only"
"NAND flash prices continue to fall"
"Apple vs. Google vs. Microsoft: Battle for digital supremacy"
"Samsung Outsold Apple In Smartphones In Q1, Analyst Says"
"A Devastating Blow in the 3-D Printing War?" [Video Report]
The Motley Fool 4/20
"Why men like social-media site Pinterest"
"Surprise! Walmart's Cloud Movie Service Is Pretty Good!"
"Law Must Be With Google in Java Dispute"
"Larry Page And Eric Schmidt Have Funded A New Company To Mine Asteroids"
Business Insider 4/20
"A Quixotic Quest to Mine Asteroids: A new company backed by two Google Inc. billionaires, film director James Cameron and other space exploration proponents is aiming high in the hunt for natural resources—with mining asteroids the possible target."
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