website statistics

The case between Google and Oracle has pretty much come to an end except for Oracle. While others deemed the case as unlikely to bring any good to Oracle, Oracle still proceeded with it and the result is that it was allowed statutory damages, to a very minute tune, by the court to get from Google. However, Oracle isn't ready to give up yet.

What is the next Gadget you want?

View Results

Loading ... Loading ...
1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars (Rate This)
Loading ... Loading ...

The case between Google and Oracle has pretty much come to an end except for Oracle. While others deemed the case as unlikely to bring any good to Oracle, Oracle still proceeded with it and the result is that it was allowed statutory damages, to a very minute tune, by the court to get from Google. In essence, Oracle lost the case. However, Oracle isn’t ready to give up yet.


Originally, Oracle had plans of getting a share in the Android profits, something which did seem ludicrous and that’s precisely it was called by the judge. On Monday, legal teams of both Google and Oracle met at U.S. District Court. The session was intended to clean up financial issues between the two.

Despite being allowed statutory damages, Oracle has decided to ask Google to pay $0 in statutory damages. Judge William Alsup asked if there was a catch here. However, there is one. Oracle is simply trying to facilitate the progress of the case so that it could end quickly and then Oracle could file for an appeal.

The other point that was discussed during this session was that Google has 14 days to file an application to ask Oracle to pay for its legal administrative costs. It is being said that Google may even ask Oracle to pay for its lawyers but we can’t be sure if that’s what Google is going to do.

Finally, the damages phase of the case has not happened so far but both companies have indeed hired lawyers to estimate what is the overall worth of the case.

Source: ZDNet

Buy Cheapest Related Product From Amazon.com


Gigapixel Camera Design Gives Sneak Peek Into Next-Gen Digital Cameras

iRobot Adds Wireless Command Center To New $700 Roomba Cleaner Robot
You can also press the left/right arrow key on your keyboard to go to previous/next post
  On June 21, 2012(1 year, 10 months ago.)

Recent Search

Recent Tutorials

At the beginning level, many people don't know how to use Gmail properly. For them, a here's a helpful guideline.
Skype now allows you to call directly from your Outlook account. Find the step-by-step installation process from this tutorial.
This tutorial helps you quickly resolve four of the most common problems that occur with Windows XP.
After releasing Look Back, many people didn't like it. So Facebook planned to add an Edit tool to the feature and now you can edit your Facebook Look Back video.
Do you want to record Skype calls but don't know how to do that? Then this guide is absolutely for you. Get inside the article for details.
Do you know that many companies can track you on Facebook? Do you want to know who they are? Do you want to block them?
So you've been planning on replacing your old hard drive with the new drive? This tutorial helps you with a few simple steps.
Bitcoin is a digital currency that has gained extraordinary momentum in the last few months. This tutorial helps you get started with the basics.
Android lockscreen can be secured in a number of ways, some of which are described in this brief tutorial.
This review of iSkysoft Video Converter tells you everything you want to know about this Win 8/7 compatible video/DVD tool. Check the below to learn more details.
Close You Have To Login
User:
Pass:
Login With »Login With TwitterLogin With Facebook