UPDATED: The federal judge on the case wants to know if Google or Oracle (or both) paid commentators and bloggers during the legal battle.
Jury in Oracle's patent infringement lawsuit against Google apparently remain flummoxed by arcane aspects of the technology.
Verdict deliberations in Oracle v. Google have been mixed up as the jury looks like it might be stuck on the question of infringement once again.
At the judge's request, attorneys hammered out a brief that outlines where the ongoing Oracle v. Google trial could go from here on matters concerning copyright infringement.
Google's Android chief comes back to court and Oracle and Google attorneys discuss the importance of mobile OEMs in this trial.
A jury's inability to agree on a question about fair use and Java APIs likely signals good news for Google and Android developers.
The court is mulling its options if the jury in the Oracle-Google trial fails to reach a unanimous verdict on charges of copyright infringement.
The jury reached unanimous agreement on three of four questions. Instead of letting the jury deadlock, however, the judge sent its members home for the weekend. See you Monday!
Even as we await a verdict on copyrights, Oracle and Google's lawyers are still arguing about what to tell the jury.
In closing arguments, Oracle's counsel posited to the jury that this case comes down to one simple question: Can one company use another company's property without permission?