Google Sued Over Location Services for Cellphones

Skyhook Wireless Inc. sued Google Inc., alleging the search giant muscled it out of business deals and infringed on its technology for determining the location of cellphones. In a complaint filed in Massachusetts Superior Court, Boston-based Skyhook alleges Google cost it tens of million of dollars by interfering with a contract, announced in April, to put its location technology on Motorola Inc. phones.