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.
Former Sun CEO Jonathan Schwartz sided with Google in its court battle with Oracle, while Sun co-founder Scott McNealy and Java father James Gosling believe that Google infringed on Sun's intellectual property. Who is right?
The scene of the Oracle-Google trial Thursday was more like a computer science classroom than a courtroom as the witnesses explained the inner workings of Java and APIs.
Google CEO Larry Page retakes the stand in the third day of the trial over the patent and copyright suit with Oracle.
Google's defense team reiterates in opening statements that both the Java language and related APIs were free to use for Android.
The Oracle-Google case has all the elements of a top-flight show, with billionaires, high-price lawyers, experts, and nerds packed into a San Francisco courtroom for riveting and -- more often -- tedious testimony.
They're finally going to trial after two years of litigation over Android and Java. What's really at stake here for the two Silicon Valley giants?
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.