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Oracle and Google may be headed back to court next spring

The companies will battle over Google's use of Java in Android

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Hillary Clinton sent classified information via personal email

Investigation into email controversy finds problems, reports The Wall Street Journal

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US govt guide aims to bolster security of mobile devices used in health care

The guide looked at what security risks pose the greatest danger to keeping patient data private

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Sticker shock looms over Dish's mobile strategy

The FCC is looking to reject $3.3 billion in discounts on spectrum licenses

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Amazon posts a profit as AWS sales nearly double

Amazon earned $92 million in the second quarter on higher overall revenue

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Cisco quits set-top box market, sells business to Technicolor

Cisco is selling its Connected Devices business -- yet at the same time counting on connecting billions of devices

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The Upload: Your tech news briefing for Thursday, July 23

Qualcomm plans reorg... pressure grows on Apple Music probe... Microsoft fights revenge porn

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U.S. Senator urges investigation of Apple's music streaming policies

Licensing terms prohibit competing companies from letting consumers know of better music deals

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Qualcomm plans cuts, may spin off assets

The mobile technology company reported declines in revenue and profit.

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Belgian government phishing test goes off-track

A drill caused confusion when a regional government impersonated a rail company without informing it

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AT&T's acquisition of DirecTV appears headed for approval with conditions

FCC chairman Tom Wheeler has circulated his recommendation for approval of the deal

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FTC sues identity protection service LifeLock again

The agency contends the company hasn't complied with a 2010 settlement

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Five arrested in JPMorgan hacking case

Bloomberg sources claim a recent set of arrests are related to the 2014 JPMorgan computer compromise affecting 83 million people

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Apple misses iPhone estimates, but sales and profits excel

The company sold fewer phones than expected but still made more money than predicted

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Microsoft reports first quarterly loss since 2012 after Nokia write-down

Microsoft's revenue for the quarter declined by 5 percent. The report included over $8 billion in charges due to the Nokia acquisition, however.