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Kanika Sikka/Dan Levine
Bengaluru/San Francisco, April 4, 2015
The lawsuit argued that Google requires Android handset manufacturers favour Google's apps such as YouTube and restrict competing apps like Microsoft's Bing search.

Dan Levine and Emily Flitter
San Francisco, February 19, 2015
US authorities are probing Mirach Capital amid allegations that it forged a bank letter to Sahara as part of negotiations to raise bail money for Sahara chief Subrata Roy.

Dan Levine
San Francisco, February 10, 2015
The lawsuit claimed Samsung still owed $6.9 million in interest on more than $1 billion in patent royalties it delayed paying. Samsung has countered that the Nokia acquisition violated its 2011 collaboration deal with Microsoft.

Dan Levine
San Francisco, January 16, 2015
The settlement is $90.5 million more than a previous deal which a US judge rejected last year as too low.

Alexei Oreskovic, Julia Fioretti, Alastair Macdonald and Dan Levine
San Francisco, November 22, 2014
European politicians have grown increasingly concerned about Google's and other American firms' command of Internet industry, and have sought ways to curb their power.

Dan Levine
San Francisco, October 9, 2014
Oracle sued Google in 2010, claiming that Google had improperly incorporated parts of Java into Android, for which Oracle is seeking roughly $1 billion on its copyright claims.

Dan Levine
San Francisco, July 12, 2014
Two smartphone customers filed a proposed class action lawsuit against Google Inc in May, arguing that the way Google licenses Android to smartphone companies is unfair to Google's competitors for search and other mobile services.

Dan Levine
San Francisco, May 17, 2014
The companies said the settlement does not include a cross license to their respective patents.

Dan Levine
San Jose, May 3, 2014
The jury found the South Korean smartphone maker had infringed two Apple patents. But the fine is far less than Apple had sought and marks a big loss for the iPhone maker in the latest round of its mobile patent.

Dan Levine
San Jose, California, January 31, 2014
At a hearing in federal court in San Jose, California, Samsung attorney Kathleen Sullivan told U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh that the injunction would give the iPhone maker an opening to come back to court quickly and argue that newer Samsung products should also be banned.