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Submission + - Google versus Oracle: Android doesn't infringe patents (theverge.com) 1

udas writes: "Theverge reports that the jury for the patent suite Oracle brought on Google, after a week long deliberation, found Google in the clear:
http://assets.sbnation.com/assets/1135637/Patent_Phase_Verdict.pdf
There are two minor Copyright infringement which gives Oracle "maximum of $150,000 per infringement count".
With Microsoft already collecting money from several Android based device sellers, the opposite verdict wouldn't have been nice on the technology that is bringing inexpensive smart phones to the masses."

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