Let’s kick the weekend off with a discussion on patent litigation! (All parties jump into the air, freeze frame.)
The judge in the ongoing Google/Oracle lawsuit over Android and its use of Java has issued a stay. That means the trial will be delayed, and no new date has yet been set.
This week, three surprising scenarios emerged in initial depositions in the ongoing Google/Oracle lawsuit.
The string of Android-related patent lawsuits is heating up with a new complaint brought by Microsoft against Motorola Mobility.
Google’s announcement this morning that it’s acquiring Motorola may have come as a surprise, but it certainly makes a lot of sense: Google has been wanting to get its hands on a stash of mobile patents for months, and it’s finally got them with Motorola.
In Oracle’s patent lawsuit against Google, the latter company has made a surprising concession: It might be willing to settle.
The spat between tech giants continues with Oracle updating its lawsuit today, stating Google stole Oracle’s Java code for its Android mobile operating system.