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.
With tussles over the copyright verdict still occurring, the trial enters into stage two – looking at patents.
Monday provided arguably the most confusing day in court yet. From the outset Oracle looked victorious, but delving deeper reveals no winners
Day 5 of proceedings in the trial between Oracle and Google over Java patents used Android was considerably low key by the standards set, but there were some important developments.
The saga continues with Google CEO Larry Page edgy and evasive in court under cross-examination
No doubt persuaded from the fallout of several high profile tech cases, social networking behemoth Twitter reveal new developer-friendly patent agreement structure
Surprise, surprise, we’re going to court after final settlement talks collapse.
A last-ditch attempt from the court to get Google and Android to thrash out differences ahead of April 16th.
Oracle and Google have both responded to Judge Alsup’s order and it seems Oracle are willing to withdraw three patents from the patent infringement trial, but with a condition.
The US Patent Office invalidates another Oracle patent, leaving them with a solitary infringement left from the not-so magnificent seven.
Despite being slightly vague in how the metric will be defined, IBM have filed a patent entitled ‘AUTOMATED ANALYSIS OF CODE DEVELOPER’S PROFILE’. But what does that mean?
New plea by Oracle shows a change of tact in legal battle plus a frank view of Android’s business model
This latest legal deluge could land Google in hotter water – it extends beyond Android…
Larry Ellison and Larry Page are ordered to participate in settlement talks over Android lawsuit.