The US Supreme Court has handed Google a decisive victory in its decade-long battle with Oracle over the Android operating system (OS).
Oracle Behind Spate of Google Antitrust Lawsuits
Google is under siege as it faces multiple lawsuits from the DOJ and coalitions of states, a situation it may have Oracle to thank for.
Oracle Says It’s Making Progress On Java Security
Java became somewhat of a punching bag in the security researcher community earlier this year after numerous vulnerabilities were found in the software. After what must have been an embarrassing few months, Oracle announced in June that it would make…
Google’s Reponse to the Oracle Suit
As you may have read, Google is being sued by Oracle, who claims Google is infringing on several patents it holds, related to Java. These patents came to Oracle through its recent acquisition of Sun Microsystems.
"In developing Android, Google knowingly, directly and repeatedly infringed Oracle’s Java-related intellectual property," said Oracle spokesperson Karen Tillman. "This lawsuit seeks appropriate remedies for their infringement."
Oracle’s Sun Microsystems Acquisition Approved by EU
Update: The European Commission has reportedly approved Oracle’s acquisition of Sun Microsystems. Now the deal only needs approval from Chinese and Russian regulators.
Original Article: Oracle is acquiring Sun Microsystems for $7.4 billion in cash at a rate of $9.50 per share in cash.