Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 16th Sep 2010 19:30 UTC
Legal It looks like Google has a serious lawsuit up its tailpipe. Skyhook Wireless, the company that develops technologies for determining the location of cell phones and similar devices, has filed a patent infringement and a tortious interference lawsuit against the search giant, claiming Google's interference cost Skyhook tens of millions of dollars.
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by woegjiub on Fri 17th Sep 2010 00:46 UTC
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Skyhook have no claim, as competition is a good thing, and I would much rather have quality applications developed by google on my android than some third-party manufacturer who would probably add bloatware.

Plus, google is not evil if you have nothing to hide.
They can have all my information, sell it to advertisers, I do not care.
I consider it payment for all of their wonderful services.

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