Dropbox is also looking to curb the oncoming competition, with an update yesterday for public file-sharing links.

Andy Rubin crumbles in court

While the world anxiously awaits Samsung’s newest device and accompanying cloud services, Google faces troubled waters in its court case against Oracle. As the second week of the Oracle-Google trial got underway, Android head Andy Rubin admitted the Java APIs used for Android were copyrighted. With a trail of incriminating emails, Oracle lawyers managed to pull the admission out of Rubin. His testimony will continue today, where Google lawyers will call him to the stand and ask him to explain how his interpretation about licensing and API copyright has changed over the years.

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