Just when we thought it was over, Oracle has reiterated in a court filing today that the patent infringement by Google's upon Java patents held by Oracle totals $202 million. They also claimed up to $960 million on the terms of
It's been over a year since we first reported that Oracle was looking into a suit against Google for its perceived infringement of their Java code, and we've finally come to a point where it appears that both parties are willing
Federal Trade Commission officials appear to be focusing some antitrust investigations on a few key areas of Google's business, including not only their web services but also in Android. The FTC recently served Google with broad
Google has made an update to the blog post yesterday regarding the recent patent lawsuits aimed at Android and its OEM partners. This update is a response to a tweet from a Microsoft employee, calling out Google, saying that
While I'm not going to jump into this story too deep I'll start with linking to our Oracle Portal. You will find all the stories and background you need. Basically Oracle is suing Google for the use of Java code in the Android
Word has surfaced that Google has made another hire, and he is a prominent hire indeed. The new Google worker is one James Gosling, the dude that invented Java. Interestingly Google and Oracle, who now owns Java, are in a legal
Over the weekend, we wrote that the Florian Muller claims that Android files were stolen from Oracle were bunk. Muller is now claiming to have found even more files that are inside Android that were taken from Oracle code.
Google took a stand yesterday, against Oracle, in their continued debate over Java. Google is trying to clear their name by disproving Oracle's claim that their implementation of the Dalvik virtual machine, in Android, has