Sun CEO explicitly endorsed Java's use in Android: What do you say now Oracle?
Jul 26, 2011, 09:00 (1 Talkback[s])
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If you believe Oracle's patent lawsuits against Google for its
use of Java in Android, Google has stolen not just patented ideas
but directly copied Java code.
In short, Google is a red-handed thief and should pay Oracle
over a billion in damages. There's just one little problem with
this portrayal of Google as an intellectual property (IP) bandit.
When Android first came out, Sun CEO Jonathan Schwartz, then Java's
owner, greeted the news with heartfelt congratulations. Whoops.
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