During the course of Friday's proceedings in the second Apple vs. Samsung patent trial in California, Samsung's first witness Hiroshi Lockheimer - Vice President of Android Engineering at Google - testified about the development of Google's Android operating system.
At Fast Company's Innovation Uncensored conference in New York City on Thursday, controversial cloud-based antenna and DVR technology firm Aereo said that the Aereo app will add support for Google's Chromecast media-streaming dongle on May 29.
Internet search giant Google, which is well known for its April Fool's Day pranks, launched its now-immensely-popular Gmail email service on April 1, 2004 --- and it was anything but a joke; with the service going on to become the world's biggest webmail service!
According to a Wall Street Journal (WSJ) report, the second Apple-Samsung patent-infringement lawsuit trial - which commenced in a San Jose, California federal court on Tuesday - may bring Google engineers, including former Android Chief Andy Rubin, to the stand to testify in the case.
In a significant new feature recently rolled out for the Google+ social network, Google has added total view counts to the Google+ public profiles, posts, and pages. The addition of the new feature will enable the users to gauge the views their Google+ page is generating.
Within 24 hours of Google's Tuesday announcement of cloud computing price-cuts, Amazon responded aggressively by announcing that the costs of all its major cloud services will be slashed substantially.
In a highly noteworthy move which marks an alliance between Cisco and Google in the enterprise arena, the two companies have revealed in a recent announcement that they have joined forces to bring the WebEx collaboration service on Chromebook machines.
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