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A legally informed Web site critical of lawsuits from the SCO Group, Apple, Oracle, and patent trolls shuts down because its founder says e-mail can't be protected from government scrutiny.
Amid planning for the damages retrial, Judge Koh rules that there will not be another new trial over the '381 patent.
Previously redacted documents presented in the Apple-Samsung case seem not to offer actual evidence that Samsung told its designers to copy the iPhone.
Some experts poring over statements of Apple-Samsung jury members and details of their judgment suggest that the verdict could be overturned.
Last year's reports said Oracle could extract up to $6.1 billion from Google over patent infringement. That didn't happen. Here's what's next.
Judge William Alsup warns that the "most" the plaintiff -- Oracle -- might end up with is statutory damages over the nine lines of code.
The European Court of Justice rules that programming languages are not copyrightable in a case that closely parallels Oracle v. Google in the U.S.
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office says several of the claims in one patent Oracle has brought against Google shouldn't have been accepted.
The upcoming tablet is on the receiving end of a patent lawsuit from Smartphone Technologies, a firm owned by patent licensing company Acacia Research.
Search giant responds to Oracle's lawsuit, which accuses Google of plagiarizing Java code for Android. Google says Oracle tampered with the evidence.