An email shown to the jury said that any mention of the "J word" was to be removed when Android was released in 2007.
On cross, Dan Bornstein is asked about scrubbing the "J-word" from source code.
The current court battle going on between Google and Oracle has revealed some interesting information. As you might recall, Oracle claims that when it developed Android, Google violated its patents by using Java APIs for the open source OS without licensing them. After a series of court battles, the Supreme Court sent the case back to lower court which is where both sides are currently battling. Oracle is seeking $9.3 billion from Google...
Google may have known it was crossing a line while creating its Android operating system, an email in the Oracle-versus-Google trial has suggested.
From the very start of the courtroom spat between Oracle and Google over Android, it was obvious that Andy Rubin, the father of Android, would end up on th
News have recently emerged that Alphabet Inc (NASDAQ:GOOGL) was willing to fork out up to $40 million for a licensing deal. However, before a deal could have
Today, Google owns the most widely used mobile operating system in the world, but there was a time when it was seriously concerned Microsoft would dominate the market. That might seem laughable today, given Microsoft's 1% market share compared with Google's 80%, according to data from Gartner. But before Android's launch in 2008, its cofounder Rich...
An email from then-Android chief Andy Rubin might turn the tide finally in the years-long battle between two tech giants.
Billions of dollars are at stake in the Oracle-Google trial, but the tech industry is more concerned with what it means for free software.