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Supreme Court sides with Google over Oracle in Java API copyright dispute

Nearly 11 years after the dispute began, Google v Oracle seems to have finally come to an end. In a 6-2 decision delivered by Justice Breyer, the U.S. Supreme Court reversed the decision of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, granting Google victory in the over decade-long dispute over copyright infringement. Shortly after...

Oracle partners with ByteDance to save TikTok from being banned in the U.S.

In a conclusion that nobody saw coming, Oracle has been chosen by ByteDance as its "trusted technology partner" to avoid having TikTok shut down in the U.S. The news follows weeks of discussions between ByteDance and multiple U.S. companies about a potential acquisition of the U.S. operations of TikTok. Microsoft and Walmart of all companies...

[Update 3: Oracle’s response] Oracle’s lawsuit over Google’s use of Java in Android has been revived

The Google-Oracle feud has been ongoing since 2010. Java was created by Sun Microsystems back in the 1990s and Oracle acquired the company in 2010. A few months later, Oracle accused Google of using its copyrighted APIs and patents to develop Android and filed a lawsuit. Since then, we have seen the two companies wage...

Oracle Files for an Appeal in its Case Against Google

Soon after Oracle acquired Sun Microsystems, the company went after Google for allegedly infringing on copyrights and patents that are related to Java. It took two years before the case went to trial and Oracle eventually lost as the courts were unable to find any evidence of what the company had claimed. Oracle then decided...

Oracle Wins Appeal Against Google, APIs CAN Be Copyrighted

You may recall that in the middle of 2010, Google and Oracle began a bitter and somewhat protracted battle in court to decide whether Google infringed on Oracle's patents during the creation of Android. Essentially, this all boiled down to the question of whether APIs can be copyrighted. But in the middle of 2012, Judge William Alsup ruled that these APIs were...

Google Beats Oracle in Court, Android Users Rejoice

We've been closely monitoring the growing patent dispute between tech titans Google and Oracle from various perspectives. Fans of Google's mobile OS can now breathe a little easier as Google has officially triumphed, with a jury dismissing most of the charges against the company. In dispute were two patents that Oracle claims Google infringed upon involving core...

Update on the Oracle Versus Google Trial

The case which, was proclaimed by some to end Android or raise the prices of future Android devices, is turning out more favorable by the day for Google and its star OS. If you haven't already read our primer on the topic, now would be a good time to do so. At the end of the day...