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‘Wearables’ and ‘design’ to hog limelight at Google I/O event next month

‘Wearables’ and ‘design’ to hog limelight at Google I/O event next month

With Google's annual I/O conference for developers scheduled to be held in San Francisco in June, it appears that wearable technology will apparently rule the roost at the event, together with an emphasis on better design.

Apple, Google agree to drop patent lawsuits against each other

Apple, Google agree to drop patent lawsuits against each other

In a recently-released joint statement, Apple and Google have announced that both the companies have agreed to drop several patent-infringement lawsuits and counter lawsuits, against each other.

In addition to the deal to dismiss patent litigation against each other, the two companies have also said that they will team up to make joint efforts for reforming patent law.

Google to announce a mechanism for consumers to request removal of links to personal information

Google to announce a mechanism for consumers to request removal of links to pers

After a recent ruling from European court, Google revealed on Thursday that it will come up with a mechanism for link removal by the end of this month. Internet search giant Google will introduce easier way for consumers to request that links featuring their personal data be removed from the company's search engine.

Lawsuit claims Google has “illegally monopolized” Web and mobile search market in US

Lawsuit claims Google has “illegally monopolized” Web and mobile search market i

An antitrust class-action lawsuit was filed by consumer rights law firm Hagens Berman against Internet search giant Google on Thursday. The lawsuit - filed in US District Court for the Northern District of California - claims that Google has "illegally monopolized" the Web and mobile search market in the US.

Google announces changes to ‘Apps for Education’ service

Google announces changes to ‘Apps for Education’ service

On Wednesday, Internet search giant Google announced a few noteworthy changes that affect the company's 'Apps for Education' service which it has been offering to schools for the last seven years.

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