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* Oracle (ORCL) and Google (GOOG) are going to trial in two weeks. The former is suing the latter over Java-related patents and technology that appear in Google's popular Android operating system. (CNET)
* 5 mistakes companies usually make when launching a tablet, from rolling out devices without a strategy in place to believing that tablets are always cheaper alternatives to laptops. (The Wall Street Journal)
* Expect that Angry Birds TV show to arrive some time this fall. (The Guardian)
* ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES: Hot mobile payments startup Square hired away Google Wallet co-founding engineer Rob van Behren. The news comes weeks after the departures of other Google Wallet employees, including co-founding engineer Marc Freed-Finnegan. Meanwhile, Pinterest co-founder Paul Sciarra has left the popular start-up and joined Andreessen Horowitz as its entrepreneur-in-residence. (NFC Times)
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