Oracle's case is as dead now as when it began. Like SCO with its insane attacks against IBM and Linux, Oracle doesn't have a leg to stand on in its Google litigation.
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A US court has blocked SCO's plan to exit bankruptcy and raise funds for its Unix-related lawsuits against IBM and Novell, and appoints a trustee to take control of the company
Security experts and Bletchley Park directors discuss fundraising efforts to stop the deterioration of buildings at the historic code-breaking centre
PGP and IBM will spearhead a fundraising campaign aimed at the US tech industry to help repair Bletchley Park, whose WWII work laid the foundations for modern computing and cryptography
Troubled software maker SCO's chief executive has claimed the Linux operating system includes Unix source code, during a court case in which Novell is suing SCO for royalties on Unix.
In a statement published this week, SCO Group blames the success of Linux and "negative publicity", as causes for its decline -- the company may need to wind up its operations after its copyright case against Novell collapsed, prompting it to file for bankruptcy.
Having filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, SCO claims it may go under permanently, depending on how much the court decides it owes Novell
I read with interest this morning a story in ComputerWorld (more like an obituary) about how SCO said in its most recent SEC filing that there is "substantial doubt" that it will survive. In addition to the meltdown of its lawsuit against IBM, the filing cites its depleted cash position and entry into Chapter 11 as its major woes.
SCO Group, best known for suing IBM, has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.In a statement, SCO said it was filing to reorganize under Chapter 11.
SCO has lost an important part of its legal battle against IBM, Novell and open source. It lost the plot years ago.
SCO has just lost an important part of its legal battle against IBM, Novell and open source. It lost the plot years ago
SCO took a huge gamble and lost! There never was much hope that they could pull together a team of lawyers better than those at IBM but the potential threat to Linux, whether real or imagined, is gone -- along with any asset value SCO had left. There customer list is all that's left!
A US judge's ruling that Novell is the rightful owner of copyrights relating to the Unix OS also has ramifications for other SCO lawsuits
A US federal court judge has ruled that Novell, and not the SCO Group, is the rightful owner of copyrights covering the Unix operating system (OS), a ruling that should have a major effect on a number of lawsuits, including SCO's actions again Novell, IBM and Red Hat.
Unix company was gathering information to support a court order to silence individuals related to its open-source legal case against IBM
The plain language of the thing is against them, and their one real chance at law, proving that absolutely everything they disclosed to anyone, had already been disclosed by someone else, is awfully thin.
Novell has claimed that The SCO Group, the licensing and consulting firm conducting various legal campaigns over the Linux operating system, is about to go bankrupt. In a court filing reported this week by legal Web site Groklaw, Novell claimed that SCO should pay it almost all of the Unix licensing revenue it has received from Sun Microsystems and Microsoft.
Investors prove unhappy after a judge upholds an earlier ruling to throw out two-thirds of SCO's case against IBM
Wednesday 11/10/2006 More news from America, where the serpent of the SCO vs IBM lawsuit is stirring in its sleep.
HP gets rather too hands on, SCO's secrets revealed, the birth of GooTube and the strange case of Symantec's R&D. And what can possibly go wrong for us on Friday 13th?
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