Apr 25th 2012
This Week in Google 144
Laws In Space
Hosted by Jeff Jarvis
New Google Drive, world series of intellectual properties trial, laws in space and more.
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- -Introducing Google Drive... yes, really
- -Sundar Pichai: Google Drive Is About Context, Where Competitors Are About Files
- -Who owns your files on Google Drive?
- -Google Drive vs. Dropbox, SkyDrive, SugarSync, and others: a cloud sync storage face-off
- -Google's Andy Rubin dodges David Boies' bullets
- -This was the original 'Google Phone' presented in 2006
- -Google wanted to subsidize a $9.99 unlimited data plan for Android phones
- -Android chief Andy Rubin said java.lang APIs are copyrighted in 2006 email
- -Tim Cook on Android patent litigation: 'I highly prefer to settle'
- -Google back in the smartphone sales game: unlocked Galaxy Nexus HSPA+ (GSM) available for $399
- -Google ups cash reward for being hacked
- -Google on track to outspend banks, big tobacco in lobbying
- -James Cameron's Trillion-Dollar Question
- -Google shops the self-driving car to Detroit
- -Gina's Tip: Add apps to your Google Drive
- -Jeff's number: iPhone biz zero to $100million in five years
- Tom's Tool: Syncpad for Simplenote