The Google-Oracle legal battle continues today as Executive Chairman and former CEO Eric Schmidt arrives to defend the Android development team and their use of Java.
A former Google executive, Sandberg may be questioned as part of an antitrust case against Google, Apple, and other tech players.
Apple's top executive will be deposed by the Department of Justice in its e-books antitrust case against the company.
Cook may have to testify in the case accusing Apple of conspiring with other publishers to hike e-book prices, Bloomberg reports.
Susan Kare, the graphic designer who created some of the interface designs and best known graphics for the original Mac OS, is scheduled to appear in the patent case.
Shin Nishibori, a key witness in the Apple vs Samsung trial, has turned down a subpoena to appear in court on the advice on counsel.
In push to get legislation through Congress, senator invites giants like Google, Visa, and Verizon to testify about bill that would require them to do more to combat piracy.
A date has finally been set for Eric Schmidt's appearance before a Senate panel, which will mark the most significant Capitol Hill appearance any Google executive has made in the company's history.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs says in an interview that the company plans to cooperate with lawmakers in discussing how it makes use of location information on phones, both in products and services.
Sources say Google has accepted an invitation to appear next week. The company is likely to face tough questions about whether it profits from copyright infringement.