A few online publishers, including Apple, came into the Department of Justice's crosshairs for alleged price fixing.
Courtesy of SV411.com, here’s a quick rundown of the latest technology news in Silicon Valley:
The Department of Justice filed an antitrust lawsuit in response to alleged price fixing of digital books by major online publishers Apple, Penguin, and Macmillan.
Google CEO Larry Page cites YouTube, Android and Chrome as the major boost to Google’s Q1 2012 revenues, which were up 24 percent compared to last year.
Apple’s CEO, Tim Cook, was seen last week at the headquarters of Valve, famous for the popular Steam gaming service. Spotted in the Apple design labs was designer Philippe Starck, who said he was helping Apple with a “revolutionary” project.
Oracle and Google are battling it out in the courtroom this week with Oracle seeking $1B in damages for Google’s implementation of Java in the Android operating system.