Android 6.0 Marshmallow passes 10 percent mark
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Eight months after its release

Google has published its latest statistics for Android platform showing that Marshmallow has managed to reach 10 percent mark eight months after it has been released.

Assange gets into Clinton bashing
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Google-Clinton alliance "revealed" 

Desperate to make sure he is not forgotten, Julian Assange has recycled a wonderful new conspiracy theory, which has Google working in a dark alliance with Hillary Clinton.

World's most innovative company is IBM
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Apple miles behind

Despite the Tame Apple press claiming that Apple is the most innovative company in the world, it is an also ran behind Samsung, IBM and Google.

Huawai building daydream phone
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Dream catcher

Huawei has signed up to be one of the first phone makers to build a handset that works with Google’s new VR platform – daydream.

Lenovo confident it can turn itself around
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Net loss of $128 million – first in six years

Lenovo is not having a good time of late as the declining use of the PC and its underperforming Motorola unit continues to give its bottom line a spanking.

Oracle claims Google has killed Open Source
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Before Oracle could do it

Oracle claims that Google’s court-room win gaining fair-use rights over a thousand lines of java APIs in Android will mean that Open Source is dead.

Google shoots down Oracle case
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Java Applets were fair use

Google has won a major US court battle with software firm Oracle after a jury ruled it did not nick parts of the Java programming language.

MediaTek is a Daydream believer
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Qualcomm still keeping quiet

MediaTek has told some media outlets that it plans to support Google's new VR platform called Daydream.

Google releases more Home Speaker details
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No word on price though

Google is releasing a competitor to Amazon’s runaway speaker success the Echo later this year.

Google's Chromebook platform will not be "online-only" anymore
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Android app support comes to Chrome OS

On Thursday, Google announced that its Play Store will now be integrated into Chrome OS, giving all of Google’s Chromebook users instant access to the entire catalog of 1.5 million Android apps. This is a strategic horizontal decision that could potentially give much more value to the company’s cloud-centered OS for students, developers, low-income users and anyone interested in a lightweight, affordable computing option.