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Amazon’s Appstore Name Is Not False Advertising Says Judge in Ruling Against Apple

As Amazon planned to launch their own Appstore for Android, Apple decided that the name Appstore? was too similar to their own App Store and therefore a lawsuit was in order. Apple attempted to prevent Amazon from launching their

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Brazilian Company Launches 'iphone' Android Smartphone

IGB Eletronica won exclusive rights to the word 'iPhone' in 2008.

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Enhanced eFax Android App Improves Productivity for the Mobile Worker

New Digitized Signature Feature Makes It Easy to Update and Approve Documents From the Road

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New lawsuit adds to Grooveshark's troubles

A day before Google bans Grooveshark's Android app, EMI Music files a new breach of contract and copyright infringement suit against the company. Originally posted at News – Internet & Media

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Spotify Launches First Freemium Music App for Android

The update lets users of Google-powered mobile devices play as much Spotify Radio as they want, for as long as they want, without paying a dime.

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Android App Sales: Piracy Matters, Seasons Don’t

Some issues that face app developers choosing between iOS and Android platforms are obvious (far more hardware variation on Android; capricious store policies on iOS). Others are less apparent but just as significant. Two factors you might not have considered: pirate copies and seasonal sales variations.

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Google Android Didn’t Infringe Oracle Patents, Jury Says

A jury found Google Inc. , the largest Web search provider, didn’t infringe Oracle Corp. s patents in developing Android software, handing the database maker another defeat in a trial in which it sought $1 billion in damages.

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