Oracle's massive copyright and patent case against Google, there's good news and bad news. The bad news is that the jury has stated that Google infringed upon Oracle's copyrighted code in the manner of 37 Java APIs used in Android. The good news is that they couldn't agree on whether these APIs consist of fair use, since they're openly published for the benefit of Java developers.
Oracle vs Google lawsuits might finally be coming to and end here shortly, or have at least reach some sort of verdict. After reports yesterday that the jury was struggling to agree on a verdict new reports today are claiming they've finally come to terms on all arguments but one. Read on below for further details as they become available right from the courtroom.
FOSS Patents blog, CEOs from Apple and Samsung are set to meet in a San Francisco court starting on May 21st, for federally mandated mediation and (hopefully) some settlement talks. If the two technology giants could hammer it out, it would be the end of a litigious dispute that's been raging for the better part of a year.
Oracle trail continues we just keep seeing loads of interesting information regarding Google -- and more specifically Android. You could call this a treasure chest of information. While Google's earning calls quarterly always discusses revenue company-wide, this is showing earnings and numbers specific to Android.
G1 was released in 2008, and one year before the iPhone was launched in 2007.
Apple and Samsung have been at battle for what seems like years now. With lawsuits all over the globe stacked full of litigation from patent infringement to design copying and more. This hard fought boxing match might soon be coming to its final round as we are now hearing the two are looking to at least attempt to be nice, even if they still don't play nice together.
HTC One S, which was included in HTC-Hub's unboxing of the HTC One X. Both devices are due to go on sale in Europe in just a few hours, but that didn't stop the Taiwanese company from taking some major offense at the French site's actions. They've initiated a civil suit against HTC-Hub, even though both the X and the S were leaked weeks before their Mobile World Congress unveiling. HTC France has appointed a bailiff to recover the One S phone that the site had planned to review.
Business Insider reports that a source close to Google has invalidated the claim, saying that the Guardian misunderstood the value and intention of the settlement.