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Google Employee Testifies His Java Email Was Misinterpreted

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The Google employee who wrote an email that Oracle said bolsters their infringement case against the Internet giant testified Thursday that the internal memo was misinterpreted. During brief but tense testimony during the companies’ trial in San Francisco, Google engineer Tim Lindholm said he didn’t mean in his internal email...
Google Employee Testifies His Java Email Was Misinterpreted

Larry Page practices the art of evasion in court

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Google's CEO maintained he was not familiar with senior Android engineer Tim Lindholm, who has been at Google since 2005 and was on the original Java team at Sun, the architect of the Java 2 Micro Edition platform and co-author of the Java Virtual Machine specification. [Read more]...
Larry Page practices the art of evasion in court

The Lindholm testimony and the reality of Java licensing options

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Yesterday was day 4 of the Oracle v. Google trial, and all observers were particularly interested in the testimony of Tim Lindholm, author of the Lindholm email. It appears that the testimony fell far short of meeting the expectations that this "smoking gun" piece of evidence had raised. Lindholm, who...
The Lindholm testimony and the reality of Java licensing options

Google loses exclusion of incriminating mail in Android suit

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Google on Monday lost an appeal trying to keep an incriminating e-mail out of Oracle's lawsuit over Android patents and copyrights. The court rejected Google's view that engineer Tim Lindholm's message, which told top staff that they needed a Java license for Android, was subject to attorney-client privilege. Lindholm had...
Google loses exclusion of incriminating mail in Android suit

Boot up: ISPs v piracy, will Windows Phone update?, how Wordpress infected Macs and more

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Boot up: ISPs v piracy, will Windows Phone update?, how Wordpress infected Macs and more

Here's The Damning Evidence Oracle Dug Up On Google For Its $1 Billion Android Lawsuit

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Oracle and Google started trial today in one of the highest-profile intellectual property lawsuits of all time.  Oracle is suing Google for $1 billion for allegedly using Oracle's Java technology in Android without paying for it. Oracle had originally wanted $6.1 billion, but the judge laughed at that and made...
Here's The Damning Evidence Oracle Dug Up On Google For Its $1 Billion Android Lawsuit

Google’s Eric Schmidt testifies at Oracle v. Google trial

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Google’s former CEO Eric Schmidt took the stand this morning to give his direct testimony at the Oracle v. Google trial. Oracle’s counsel showcased a plethora of documents from 2005 and 2006 that seemingly depicted the Internet giant as having prior knowledge about needing Sun software licensing agreements to apply Java...
Google’s Eric Schmidt testifies at Oracle v. Google trial
This week in the Oracle/Google trial: Week 1

Googler who said "we need a license for Java" says he didn't really mean it

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A Google engineer who wrote an e-mail that is now one of the key pieces of evidence in Oracle's patent and copyright infringement lawsuit against Google testified yesterday that he did not mean to imply that Google needed to obtain a Java license from Oracle or any other company....
Googler who said "we need a license for Java" says he didn't really mean it

Google's Lindholm dances around questions about Java licences

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After Google CEO Larry Page claimed that he isn’t too familiar with him, Google software engineer Tim Lindholm took the stand in the IP trial against Oracle on Thursday....
Google's Lindholm dances around questions about Java licences

Open-sourcing of Java and API copyrightability are entirely unrelated issues

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My list of Twitter messages from the Oracle v. Google trial shows that Jonathan Schwartz told the jury about how "open" Java was meant to be and in the very same context claims tha APIs are, according to his testimony, not copyrightable. This is not surprising: Google also argued in...
Open-sourcing of Java and API copyrightability are entirely unrelated issues
Oracle provides roadmap of its infringement case against Google
Oracle Opens Up Fight With Google Over Java
Google Engineer Lindholm: 'I had little involvement in Android'
Google's chief Java architect: it's 'likely' I copied Sun code found in Android

Who Is Tim Lindholm? Google’s CEO is Wondering That Too

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Cultural Heritage Imaging Google engineer Tim Lindholm is at the heart of a legal battle between Google and Oracle. Google CEO Larry Page has testified during the company’s trial with Oracle Corp. that he can’t “particularly” recall the identity of Tim Lindholm, a Google engineer who wrote an email...
Who Is Tim Lindholm? Google’s CEO is Wondering That Too

Google's Lindholm dances around questions about Java licenses

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After Google CEO Larry Page claimed that he isn’t too familiar with him, Google software engineer Tim Lindholm took the stand in the IP trial against Oracle on Thursday....
Google's Lindholm dances around questions about Java licenses

Google's Tim Lindholm faces off with David Boies on Java license

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Tim Lindholm said that he didn't mean that Google needed a license for Java in his 2010 email that said, "We conclude that we need to negotiate a license for Java under the terms we need." [Read more]...
Google's Tim Lindholm faces off with David Boies on Java license
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