While Google denies infringing on any of Oracles patents or copyrights, attorneys for Oracle are seeking nearly $1 billion in damages and an injunction that could force Google to change the way it uses and distributes Android software.
After being announced about a month ago, analytics startup Chartbeat has finally begun to roll out its radically different user interface that priortizes social traffic. The move coincides with Chartbeat's just-announced new funding round of $9.
As large companies increasingly look to protect their revenue streams through IP risk mitigation, startups with strong patent holdings will become increasingly valuable because they provide an opportunity to remove dual potential threats to the...
One of the partners here, Jason Giuliano, has a mantra… “cleaning up the web.” His passion is helping clients to realize his vision of directed action by sending users to targeted content that achieves the clients marketing plan/message .Of course,...
Instagram co-founder Kevin Systrom knew all the right people in Silicon Valley to get take his startup from idea to $1 billion Facebook buyout. But it seems Systrom had connections to the social network throughout his career.
Back when rumors of Google’s fabled augmented-reality glasses began picking up steam, one of the most frequently repeated bits was that they bore a striking resemblance to (rather old) Oakley’s Thump mp3-friendly sunglasses.
A slight mutation in the matched nucleotides can lead to chromosomal aberrations and unintentional genetic rearrangement. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Mapping the “blueprint for building a person” is no small undertaking.
Michael Abrash, a top video game technical expert, has begun a research project to create "wearable computing" for video game publisher Valve. Valve's Abrash described the project he is working on in a new employee blog post according to Kotaku.
There is a certain type of company that can only exist in Silicon Valley. People outside of the Valley scratch their heads at how a company with no revenue and no apparent business model can be called successful, much less be worth $1 billion.