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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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Go Daddy Appoints Former Whitehouse Advisor Deputy General Counsel for Global Policy

August 2, 2011 — Web hosting provider Go Daddy announced on Tuesday it has appointed former Obama policy advisor and attorney Andrew Kline as its new deputy general counsel for global policy. The move comes a week after Go Daddy officially launched its 4th Generation cloud-based hosting services (1 hour ago)

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Web Host A2 Hosting Improves Managed Dedicated Hosting Plans

May 20, 2011 – Linux web hosting provider A2 Hosting announced on Wednesday that it has doubled the monthly data transfer on its managed dedicated hosting plans. (2 mins ago)

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Judge allows Sony to see IPs of those visiting PS3 jailbreak site

A federal magistrate is granting Sony the right to acquire the internet IP addresses of anybody who has visited PlayStation 3 hacker George Hotz’s website from January of 2009 to the present. Thursday’s decision by Magistrate Joseph Spero to allow Sony to subpoena Hotz’s Web provider raises a host of web-privacy concerns. Read the comments on this post (6 hours ago)

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