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Jury Finds That Google Did Not Infringe On Oracle Patents

Jury Finds That Google Did Not Infringe On Oracle Patents

In what is clearly a huge victory for Google, the jury in the Oracle versus Google case has found that the search giant did not infringe on Oracle patents with its’ Android operating system. According to the report, “Jurors have been dismissed and Judge William Aslup of the U.S. District court of Northern California exonerated the Internet giant of any […]

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Oracle Is Down To Only 3 Claims Against Google As Judge Throws Out The Other 129, Forever

Oracle Is Down To Only 3 Claims Against Google As Judge Throws Out The Other 129, Forever

In what can only be seen as a win for Google, Hon. Judge William Alsup has made a ruling, which orders Oracle to dismiss 129 of the 132 total patent claims against the search giant. According to the order, “Currently, there are 132 claims from seven patents asserted in this action, and there are hundreds of prior art references in […]

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Oracle Buys E-Commerce Giant ATG For $1 Billion

Oracle Buys E-Commerce Giant ATG For $1 Billion

Oracle continues its shopping spree as it tries to spend some of that huge cash surplus that they have on hand. Today Oracle announced that it has agreed to buy Art Technology Group, a leading e-commerce software company through a cash merger for approximately $1 billion dollars. ATG’s suite of e-commerce solutions enable enterprises to provide a cohesive online customer […]

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OpenOffice.org Doesn’t Look Like It Will Be Open Much Longer

OpenOffice.org Doesn’t Look Like It Will Be Open Much Longer

A few weeks ago we reported that a group of former OpenOffice.org community members putting a bit of a soft fork into OpenOffice with the release of LibreOffice.  At the time the group said that they were forming “The Document Foundation” in order to preserve the integrity of the OpenOffice.org platform. Based on recent actions by Oracle to have several […]

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