The API battle between Oracle and Google might be partially over, but it’s not the outcome that the software industry wants. The US Supreme Court has officially opted not to review a 2014 ruling on Google infringing Oracle’s copyright via the Android platform.
In the latest on the ongoing Oracle vs Google API drama, the administration of US President Barack Obama has sided with Oracle, after the courts had asked for the President’s intervention in their Java copyright war.
The latest in the Google vs Oracle battle has now climbed to dizzying legal heights, with the U.S. Supreme Court asking the Obama administration to weigh in on the Java copyright war.
Oracle had its say, but now its Googles turn to file its appeal in the drawn-out court case.
Undeterred by their defeat last year, Oracle want the Android decision reversed after judge’s error.
Realising that we’ve entered a courtroom quagmire, Judge Alsup takes control forcing both sides to thrash the blueprint for continuing the trial. All possible outcomes detailed.
The fair use debate continues, with Judge Alsup surprising the court by ruling against Oracle’s motion for a judgment as a matter of law that fair use can’t be claimed in this case.
Monday provided arguably the most confusing day in court yet. From the outset Oracle looked victorious, but delving deeper reveals no winners
A Rule 50 motion filed late last night by lawyers working for Google may significantly shift the course of the Oracle v. Google trial
Commerce Minister Simon Power has announced that New Zealand won’t be modifying the proposed Patents Bill, therefore software will be […]
Mozilla have issued an apology to MetLab after an early mockup of MetLab designs found their way into the recently-released […]
The Economist has published a thought-provoking article that poses the thorny question: do patents help or hinder innovation?