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Emails between Samsung and Google show that the search giant planned to help shoulder some of Samsung's burden of defending itself against Apple's patent infringement claims, court testimony revealed.
A plug-in will let Windows 7 users watch H.264 video using Chrome even after Google removes support. Also: Microsoft's qualified pledge not to sue Google in the matter.
Google could feel bolder now that a jury sided against Oracle's claims of patent infringement, but the company still has more to lose than gain in the courts.
IP indemnification is such a worthless piece of rubbish it's a wonder anyone asks about it. But everyone does.
Software maker aims to defend users of its software tools. WebXchange has sued three Visual Studio customers, saying their use of the product infringes on its patents.
Is it all just a coincidence?
This game isn't new, but the scale and the stake keeps going up.
Microsoft is not the biggest threat to open source: Intellectual Ventures may be. Arguably the world's largest patent troll, it is set up to simply license its IP.
Changing license terms and conditions won't change the world, but changing business models just might.
Two prominent open-source thinkers talk through the differences between open-source adoption in the United States and Europe, but they miss one big topic: contract negotiations.