Oracle Vs Google
Oracle waived its right to damages in order to conclude the trial and move on to its appeal.
The jury deliberated for more than a week before finding no infringement on any claims related to two Java-related patents
Google's Android chief was on the stand in week four of the Oracle v. Google trial
Jury found that Google infringed Java copyrights in Android, although it was deadlocked on the question of fair use
The jury has been unable to reach a decision in four days and asked 'what happens if we can't reach a unanimous decision'
Judge Alsup's ruling means the issue of fair use will likely be put to a new jury.
The judge hearing the case told the court that Google lost money on Android throughout 2010
McNealy backed Oracle's arguments in court and called Larry Ellison a 'national economic hero'
The U.S. patent office issued a ruling in Oracle's favor, but too late for it to make any difference, a judge has ruled
Google built a 'clean room' version of Java and did not use Sun's intellectual property, Eric Schmidt said in court Tuesday
The US Patent and Trademark Office confirms Java patent it had previously rejected.
Oracle says the emails to and from Rubin show that Google knew it needed a license for Java to build Android
Larry Ellison revealed the plans under cross-examination in Oracle's trial against Google.
Larry Page told a jury on Wednesday that he remembers little about Google's attempts to negotiate a Java license from Sun.
Google's attorney presented the company's opening statement in day two of its trial against Oracle.
Day two of the trial between Oracle and Google is underway in San Francisco.
The trial is set to start on April 16 and could last for eight weeks.
A brief history of Android and Oracle's lawsuit, taken from court filings and news reports.
Oracle and Google were in court for the start of an eight-week jury trial over Google's use of Java in Android
Oracle is still allowed to contest it, however, and must do so by December 19.