Courtesy of, here’s a quick rundown of the latest technology news in Silicon Valley:

The jury ruled in favor of Google in its trial against Oracle, who claimed Google violated Oracle’s Java copyrights.

9to5 Mac was able to get some shots of a never-before-seen iPhone part that may be the remains of abandoned prototypes or a piece of the upcoming iPhone design.

The rumors have been flying about a possible Facebook acquisition of Norwegian company Opera Software, perhaps in response to the serious pressure from investors following Facebook’s poor IPO showing last week.

Tesla finally got the go-ahead from the Department of Transportation to start making its first mass-market vehicle, the Model S sedan. Although the sedan reportedly received 5-star crash test scores, customers still have some questions.

The VP at Palo Alto’s SAP Labs Integration and Certification Center was caught red-handed last week for creating fake barcodes for LEGOs and sticking them onto the packages at area Target stores to save a bundle on the pricey bits of plastic.