A federal judge has backed Oracle's position against third-party support vendor Rimini Street in rulings over defamation claims and copyright theft.
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The Oracle v. Google jury still looks lost in deliberations over a verdict in the patent phase of the lawsuit.
Despite the lack of a clear decision by the jury in the Oracle-Google lawsuit, , there's bad news for Google as a company whatever the end result and whatever damages Google ends up paying for infringement. There are some basic business issues it keeps getting wrong.
Oracle and Google's attorneys battle it out in the face of a potential mistrial on whether or not fair use can be even used as an argument in this lawsuit.
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.
Oracle's Safra Catz tries to refute Google's claims that Oracle initiated the lawsuit because it couldn't compete in the mobile OS market.
Both Google and Oracle's CEOs have been named as witnesses by Oracle in its lawsuit over patent and copyright infringement claims surrounding Java and Android.
Enterprise software giant Oracle Inc. is being sued by one of its investors due to a former lawsuit.
Instead of billions, Oracle will be lucky to get above $100-million in its Java patent lawsuit against Google Android.
The judge can order Oracle's Larry Ellison and Google's Larry Page to talk in closed court all he wants, they're not going to settle Oracle's lawsuit over Android and its alleged infringement on Java.
The chief executives of Google and Oracle are set to meet on Monday and Tuesday, to discuss a possible settlement of the lawsuit Oracle brought about just over a year ago.Google's Larry Page and Oracle's Larry Ellison will appear before a San Jose federal court magistrate, to see whether a lengthy and complex full trial can be avoided.
Google and Oracle appear to be headed to the mediation table as their lawsuit to decide whether Android infringes on Java gets closer to the courtroom.
It's Oracle's Safra Catz vs. Google's Andy Rubin as the two parties go to mediation to head off a courtroom battle over Android.
Oracle wants to hear from Google CEO Larry Page in its lawsuit against the search giant over Android.
Oracle is working hard to keep its Java patent claims going in its ongoing lawsuit against Google over Android and if you follow the money the reasons are fairly obvious. Oracle wants to collect from Android device makers just like Microsoft does.
Could re-examining unused patents change the lawsuit landscape?The recent flurry of patent lawsuits between Oracle, Google, Lodys, Apple, Samsung, Microsoft, Barnes & Noble, Nokia, RIM, Kodak and just about every technology company you can think of, between themselves and from a host of patent-holding companies shows no sign of dying down.
The ongoing volley of court filings between Oracle and Google continues and it's clear that the software giant wants billions of dollars in Android damages. Here's a look at Oracle's key advantages in its lawsuit.
Hewlett-Packard said that it has filed a civil lawsuit in California forcing Oracle to support its Itanium platform.
What does HP's lawsuit against Oracle mean for Itanium customers? Rich Fichera weighs in.
Hewlett-Packard said it has filed a civil lawsuit in California forcing Oracle to support its Itanium platform.
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