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‘Google Totally Slimed Sun,’ Says Java Creator James Gosling – Wired News

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'Google Totally Slimed Sun,' Says Java Creator James Gosling
Wired News
The comments won't have any impact on the court case, which is ongoing, but they give trial-watchers a little more insight into how Sun Microsystems felt a few years back, when Google decided to pass on licensing Sun's Java platform and write its own ...
Java creator James Gosling: 'Google totally slimed Sun'CNET
Oracle vs. Google: Dead lawsuit walkingZDNet (blog)

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Java creator James Gosling: ‘Google totally slimed Sun’ – CNET

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Java creator James Gosling: 'Google totally slimed Sun'
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In his testimony last week, Schwartz explained his "grit our teeth" strategy after Android had its public debut as an incompatible variant of Sun's Java. "We saw a handset bypass our brand and licensing restrictions...we decided to grit our teeth and ...
'Google Totally Slimed Sun,' Says Java Creator James GoslingWired News
Oracle vs. Google: Dead lawsuit walkingZDNet (blog)

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Ex-Sun Boss Defends Google’s Right to Java on Android – Wired News

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Ex-Sun Boss Defends Google's Right to Java on Android
Wired News
Schwartz made a clear distinction between Sun's Java software platform and the Java brand. This was why, Schwartz said, Sun never went after Google for infringement while the search giant was building an alternative to the Java platform known as the ...
Android chief Andy Rubin said java.lang APIs are copyrighted in 2006 emailCNET
Trial: Android chief on why Java was picked for AndroidZDNet (blog)
Former Google CEO: We knew Sun wanted money for AndroidVentureBeat
eWeek -The Verge
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Former Sun CEO says Google’s Android didn’t need license for Java APIs – CNET

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Former Sun CEO says Google's Android didn't need license for Java APIs
CNET
Google's lawyer, Robert van Nest, asked Schwartz whether, during his tenure at Sun, Java APIs were considered proprietary or protected by Sun. "No," Schwartz said in explaining the nature of open software. "These are open APIs, and we wanted to bring ...
Ex-Sun leaders disagree about Google's use of JavaSan Francisco Chronicle
Google Would Have Paid up to $50 Million to License Java, Schmidt Reveals in ...InfoQ.com
What we've learned (so far) from Google vs. OracleDigitaltrends.com

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In Oracle Trial, Google’s Android Boss Confirms Talks With Sun on Java – Wired News

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In Oracle Trial, Google's Android Boss Confirms Talks With Sun on Java
Wired News
Oracle's Jacobs showed him Android source code and compared it with decompiled Sun Java code — executable software that has been converted back to something resembling the original source code. Again, Mitchell said that the two pieces of code were ...
Google Needed License for Java, Sun's McNealy TestifiesBloomberg
Former Google Android Engineer Removed Java Tech After SuitWall Street Journal
Android chief Andy Rubin said java.lang APIs are copyrighted in 2006 emailCNET
ZDNet (blog) -VentureBeat -PCWorld
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