Microsoft Corp. and Google Inc. have no intention of leaving wireless customers in emerging markets to the new Firefox operating system, which phone companies said they hope to establish as a rival platform.
The jury deliberating whether Hynix Semiconductor Inc. and Micron Technology Inc. conspired to push Rambus Inc. out of the memory-chip market is reviewing trial testimony by Farhad Tabrizi, a former Hynix executive.
Google Inc.’s Android software, the most widely used smartphone operating system, is making the leap to rice cookers and refrigerators as manufacturers vie to dominate the market for gadgets controlled via the Internet.
Google Inc. knew as far back as 2005 that it had to license the Java programming language to develop Android software and didn’t strike a deal because it didn’t want to share portions of the mobile phone operating system, an Oracle Corp. attorney told a federal jury.
U.S. regulators, probing comments posted by Netflix Inc. Chief Executive Officer Reed Hastings on Facebook Inc.’s site, are being urged to reconsider disclosure rules created years before the advent of social media.