Oracle yesterday morning kicked off its Java patent and copyright lawsuit against Google and its Android mobile operating system with a 91-page slide deck at the trial.
CNET News has posted a 14-page sample from Oracle’s slideshow alleging how Google copied Java in its Android mobile operating system.
Check it out here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “62Sparkplug” for the heads up.]
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