Oracle v Google

Oracle wins appeal against Google in copyright case

If you thought the Oracle v. Google saga was over at last, we have some bad news for you. On Tuesday, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit breathed new life into the case, ruling that Goo

Copyright questions remain after Google’s fair use victory

If you didn't already know the jury's decision in Oracle's long-running lawsuit against Google, you wouldn't have been able to guess it from looking at either company's legal team yesterday. Moments a

Jury finds Google’s implementation of Java in Android was fair use

Software developers can breathe a massive sigh of relief — a jury found today that Google’s implementation of 37 Java APIs in Android qualified as fair use. However, Oracle attorneys have already

Google and Oracle present closing arguments in battle over Java

Attorneys for Oracle and Google presented their closing arguments today in a lawsuit over Google’s use of Java APIs owned by Oracle in Android . Oracle accused Google of stealing a collection of

Alphabet CEO Larry Page defends Android’s use of Java APIs in court

Alphabet CEO and Google co-founder Larry Page defended his company's development of the Android platform today during an ongoing legal battle with Oracle. Oracle sued Google in 2010, claiming that And

In Oracle’s world, Android is a crime against open source

Oracle and Google are back in the courtroom again — the same court they started in back in 2010, when Oracle first sued Google over the company's use of 37 Java APIs in its Android operating system.

Oracle CEO claims it discounted Java by 97.5% to beat out Android on Amazon’s Paperwhite

Oracle and Google continue to fight it out in a retrial over $9 billion that Oracle claims Google owes it for using its Java code in its popular Android mobile platform. And in the process, we&#8217

Copyright Captures APIs: A New Caution For Developers

Google v. Oracle. It's a sensational case. A battle of tech heavyweights -- and a software copyright case that went all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court. Millions of dollars are at stake. And the ram

The Verdict Is In: Google Did NOT Infringe On Oracle’s Patents

Just over a week ago, the jury began deliberations on the ongoing patent infringement case between Google and Oracle. After waiting in the wings, with bated breath, the verdict is finally in, as Judge

Google Calls Oracle Patent Suit Baseless And An Attack On The Open-Source Java Community

<img class="shot2" src="http://tctechcrunch.files.wordpress.com/2010/08/oracleandroid.png" alt="" />Last night, Oracle <a target="_blank" href="http://www.techmeme.com/100812/p61#a100812p61">filed sui