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FreshBooks for Android arrives, giving users another way of accessing the popular accounting program while on the go.
Already the go-to place for tech startups looking for investors, AngelList is now helping startups with their legal docs. And that means a lot less work for lawyers.
In one of the fastest hearings of the Oracle v. Google case, Oracle on Monday stipulates to $0 in statutory damages as it tries to build an appeal.
Who knew a single blog post could generate such attention (and so many billable hours) in the Oracle-Google trial?
CueCat inventor's new real-world tagging technology uses all the sensors in your phone.
Is Microsoft copying Google's search results? Probably: but how bad is that, really? Or is it just smart? Plus, the ISP conflict of interest nightmare scenario comes to pass in Canada, and it's bad news for everyone. Are you watching, DOJ? Plus, a lawsuit accuses AT&T of overcharging for data, and petri meat is coming, people. You just wait. --Molly
A wallpaper app that steals your personal info, piracy controls coming to the Android Marketplace, and a look into the world of Android gaming.
The U.S. copyright office now says that there are instances in which you may hack, fold, spindle, or mutilate copy protection, but just a few, and don't go breaking any other contracts while you're at it. Also, Microsoft wants its employees to build Windows 7 phone apps... for free!
Microsoft's CEO sends one of his periodic e-mails, taking a look at how his company is responding to the "fundamental shift" in the economy over the past 12 months.
Andrew Jackson wanted to take the U.S. back to its agrarian roots, which sounds eerily similar, and equally wrong, to what some free-software advocates want to do with open source.