Oracle to file lawsuit against Google for Patent and Copyright-infringement



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Oracle, a company known for its databases software and management software Primavera, is filing a lawsuit against Google after they violated several patent and copyright infringement. Oracle acquired Sun Microsystems in the year 2009 which makes them the owner of Java computer programming language. The company plans to sue Google for using its technologies in Android.


According to the lawsuit claim by Oracle, Google has violated 7 different patents by using Java technology in their Android operating system. The news might give a clearer picture in a couple of days, but for now it is clear that Oracle is piling obstacles in order to stop Google for making and distributing the Android operating system.

[Gizmodo via msnbc]

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