Google receives patent for ‘augmenting a field of view’ for Project Glassview story

http://www.talkandroid.com – Google Glasses or Project Glass might just be the most anticipated new technology at the moment.  We’ve reported on a few patents that are related to it, and the latest one (filed March 14, 2011) involves augmenting a field of view. What does this mean you ask? Well Google realizes the field of view for a human is 180 degrees. (IT news)

Oracle's Patent 'Disaster': Beginning of a Bright New Era?view story

http://ectnews.com.feedsportal.com – It's been an eventful year already here in the Linux blogosphere, but it seems fair to say few events have drawn as much attention as the Oracle v. Google trial. Bloggers have been discussing it for weeks already, of course, but developments last week brought forth nothing less than dancing in the streets of the Linux blogosphere. (General)

Jury issues verdict in Android suitview story

http://forums.fedoraforum.org – Quote: Jury issues verdict in Android suit, finds that Google doesn't infringe Oracle patents http://www.engadget.com/2012/05/23/jury-google-oracle/ (HowTos)

The verdict is in. Google did not breach Oracle patents.view story

http://www.talkandroid.com – Not Guilty. Finally the two words that Android fans worldwide were waiting to hear have been uttered, bringing and end to lengthy court case . After a week long deliberation the jury in California ruled in favour of Google declaring that the search giant did not infringe on Oracle’s patents with Android. (IT news)

Google cleared of patent infringement claimsview story

http://www.itwire.com – Google has not violated Oracle's patents for Java technology, a jury in the case filed by the database maker against the search giant concluded in San Francisco yesterday. (IT news)

Motorola Android Phones Banned From Import Into The U.S. Over Microsoft Patent Issuesview story

http://www.talkandroid.com – Boy, this legal stuff can get confusing. Let’s take it from the beginning and walk through it. (IT news)

Oracle case: Illness cuts short jury's dayview story

http://www.itwire.com – Jury deliberations in the patents phase of the case that Oracle has filed against Google were affected by mundane issues yesterday, when a juror fell ill. Judge William Alsup sent the jury home early and asked the 11 members - one juror was dismissed a couple of days ago after a traffic delay prevented her from attending an entire day's proceedings - to return the next day. (IT news)

Ellison Fumbles Testimony in High-Stakes Java Caseview story

http://ectnews.com.feedsportal.com – If there were any doubts as to Oracle CEO Larry Ellison's attitude toward Google, those were dispelled in his testimony on Tuesday morning in a San Francisco U.S. District Court courtroom. Oracle has filed suit against Google, alleging that that its Android mobile operating system infringed on patents that Oracle acquired in 2009, when it bought Sun Microsystems. (General)

EC investigates Motorola Mobility over possible patent abuseview story

http://www.itwire.com – The European Commission has opened two formal antitrust investigations against Motorola Mobility to determine if its violating prior commitments given to licence patents essential to standards for cellulr and video technologies fair, reasonable and non-discriminator (FRAND) terms. (IT news)

Dell Buying Wyse; Will Desktop Virtualization VARs Engage?view story

http://www.thevarguy.com – Dell is buying Wyse Technology to push deeper into desktop virtualization. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Dell has been busy swallowing a long list of technology companies — including SonicWall (firewalls), Force10 (networking), Compellent and EqualLogic (storage), Boomi (cloud integration), SecureWorks (SaaS Security) and managed services (Kace). (IT news)