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3Novices : Google wins Oracle copyright lawsuit over Android code

New York, May 27 (IANS) In a much-awaited decision, a jury in California’s Northern District federal court declared on Friday that Google’s use of copyright-protected code in Android was a fair one and freed the tech giant of any liability. 71 more words


3Novices : Two more top executives quit Twitter

New York, May 27 (IANS) In another blow to the micro-blogging website Twitter, two of its top executives are set to leave the company, media report said on Friday. 81 more words


3Novices : Sheenojis: Charlie Sheen releases personalised emojis

Los Angeles, May 27 (IANS) Actor Charlie Sheen has released his very own emoji line, naming it ‘Sheenojis’.http://ift.tt/27V1Ntf
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3Novices : Healthy lifestyle key to cut breast cancer gene risk

New York, May 27 (IANS) Adopting healthy lifestyle can significantly help women with a high risk of developing breast cancer in mitigating the perils involved with genes and family history, new research led by an Indian-origin scientist suggests. 50 more words


3Novices : Celine Dion's teenage son hosts poker parties at home

The 48-year-old star loves it when her eldest son RenĂ©-Charles has his friends over to stay at their house because he wasn’t able to make many friends during his younger years because the family was moving around to different areas so often. 47 more words


3Novices : Midfielder Sneijder to miss Holland friendlies

Amsterdam, May 27 (IANS) Veteran midfielder Wesley Sneijder withdrew from the Netherlands squad due to a rib injury, the Dutch football association KNVB announced on Friday. 37 more words


Obama Becomes First Sitting U.S. President to Visit Hiroshima

President Barack Obama on Friday visited Hiroshima, the first city in history to be targeted with a nuclear bomb, becoming the first sitting President to do so more than seven decades after the attack. 248 more words