Google Don’t Be Evil
Google has been told by U.S. District Judge Susan Illston, in San Francisco, that the company has not presented sufficient evidence to keep them from complying with FBI requests for all your private and personal communications, including email and chat, as well as account information, buying habits, site you visit [...]
The ACLU is looking to raise Android (Droid) users’ awareness of the severe lack of security in Droid phones and tablets. Compounding the problems is the fragmentation problems, where users cannot get required software updates to patch the many security issues in Google’s operating system because they simply are not made available [...]
“All right, we all know the score: Google’s Android mobile platform is dominant worldwide,” Gene Steinberg writes for The Tech Night Owl. “Apple is in second place, but the critics say this is just a replay of the old Mac versus Windows wars. As more and more commodity handsets powered by Android are sold, Apple [...]
Microsoft vs Android
“This is going to have effects a lot further than just Motorola v. Microsoft: it could be crucial in the ongoing Samsung Apple battle,” Tim Worstall reports for Forbes.
Google – don't be evil!
Apple has been cleared of any wrongdoing, by the International Trade Commission this past Friday. Motorola Mobility (now owned by Google) filed a complaint against Apple and requested that all iPhones and iPads be banned from import in to the U.S.A. but lost the case once the [...]
“The U.S. Federal Trade Commission on Monday finalized a landmark settlement with Google in which the company has agreed to be audited for its privacy practices for the next 20 years,” Sarah Lai Stirland reports for TPM.
SANTA MONICA, Calif., Oct. 21, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Google’s explanation for its soaring record spending on lobbying in Washington is disingenuous bafflegab, Consumer Watchdog said today. [...]
Google has failed us again, this time it is unable to provide the security it promised to the Los Angeles Police Department, and Consumer Watchdog is pissed.
Google voice has been voluntarily pulled from the iOS App Store due to a terrible crash when you first signed in to the application.