Google's decade-long legal battle with Oracle over Android code is over. It's a win for programmers everywhere.
"They were perpetrating a fraud on the jury!” said an attorney for Oracle in court.
The ruling that Google's use of APIs is a fair use will have wide-ranging ramifications for the rest of the tech industry.
From poetry to paintings to hamburgers, Oracle v. Google has been a confusing mess. Thankfully only everything is at stake.
Two tech titans are duking it out in a courtroom battle that involves an oft-misunderstood technology and billions are on the line—but I don't want to talk about those things. I want to talk about a filing cabinet.
One final question remains: Is implementing an API considered fair use?
The company reacts after researchers revealed hackers could take control of air conditioned system and download driver’s trip history.
Security researchers find ways to hack yet another internet-connected car.
“Interoperability” isn’t quite the right word for why other yoga studies used the Bikram yoga Sequence, but the reasoning is similar.