US Supreme Court Sides with Google and Against Oracle After 10 Years
Business

US Supreme Court Sides with Google and Against Oracle After 10 Years

In a vote of 6 against 2, the appellate court ruled that Google did not infringe upon any copyrights for using Java code, a programming language that Oracle developed.
Trump to Make Spectacular Exit on Air Force One on Biden’s Inauguration Day
Politics

Trump to Make Spectacular Exit on Air Force One on Biden’s Inauguration Day

Donald Trump allegedly plans a rally in Florida to boycott elected President Joe Biden's inauguration plans.
Trump Wants Republicans to Confirm Supreme Court Nominee Urgently
Politics

Trump Wants Republicans to Confirm Supreme Court Nominee Urgently

The president hopes that a rushed confirmation of Judge Barrett could free up the senate to work on a coronavirus relief package.
There Have Been Talks of Impeaching Donald Trump, But How Would That Play Out?
Politics

There Have Been Talks of Impeaching Donald Trump, But How Would That Play Out?

Even if an impeachment motion was to come at this stage, many argue that the grounds are quite frivolous
iTunes Comes to Samsung TVs as Apple Tries to Create New Revenue Sources
Technology

iTunes Comes to Samsung TVs as Apple Tries to Create New Revenue Sources

With recent slowed growth in iPhone sales, the company is diversifying its revenue sources by offering services, starting by partnering with Samsung to offer iTunes on Smart TVs.
Judge Won’t Allow Trump Administration to Deny Asylum to Illegal Migrants
Politics

Judge Won’t Allow Trump Administration to Deny Asylum to Illegal Migrants

Federal judge Jon Tigar issued the ruling blocking a new directive from the White House that denied asylum to immigrants caught crossing the border illegaly.

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