The second round of talks between chief executives from Google and Oracle commences today, with the possibility of a settlement between the two over Google's use of Java in Android, as Bloomberg reports this morning. This just days after the latest rebuke of Google by Judge William Alsup, who last Thursday granted only a small part of Google's motion to throw out several aspects of Oracle's copyright infringement claims.
Oracle has been dealt a final blow in its court case over the use of Java in Android. U.S. District Judge William Alsup dismissed Oracle's copyright infringement claim, bringing to an end a dramatic court case that saw Google win in... Read Post
Even with their most senior executives attending face-to-face talks, Google and Oracle were unable to reach an agreement to settle a lawsuit which accuses the search giant of infringing on Oracle’s Java patents with its Android mobi... Read Post