Lo so che ormai è vecchia ma
forse è importante.
Lo so che sono niubbo –assay– ma voglio dire la mia anch’io: me too, nèh!
Inoltre sto scrivendo adesso, sabato mattina, se del caso aggiorno.
Software developers can breathe a massive sigh of relief — a jury found today that Google’s implementation of 37 Java APIs in Android qualified as fair use.
OK, suona bene, ma continua:
However, Oracle attorneys have already indicated that they will appeal the decision.
Chissà; qualcuno ricorda SCO vs. IBM? Finito con la fine di SCO (e il supporto di Micro$oft). OK, questo è mio perso 😉
Una cronaca più sceneggiata qui: Google beats Oracle—Android makes “fair use” of Java APIs.
Reuters dovrebbe essere imparziale, Google beats Oracle in $9 billion Android trial.
A U.S. jury handed Google (GOOGL.O) a major victory on Thursday in a long-running copyright battle with Oracle Corp (ORCL.N) over Android software used to run most of the world’s smartphones.
The jury unanimously upheld claims by Google that its use of Oracle’s Java development platform to create Android was protected under the fair-use provision of copyright law, bringing trial to a close without Oracle winning any of the $9 billion in damages it requested.
Drastico Extreme Tech, qui: Oracle loses massive fair use case against Google, Android.
Over the course of the trial, Google presented evidence showing that Sun, which created Java, had no problem with Google’s using it in Android, including testimony from Sun’s ex-CEO, Jonathan Schwartz. Oracle concentrated on the idea that Google’s use of Android had crippled Oracle’s ability to launch smartphones based on its own Java-based operating system, and that the search giant had unjustly enriched itself by not licensing Java.