Thursday, May 13, 2021

Google, Oracle CEOs Fail to Reach Settlement on Android

Wall Street Journal: Monday’s face-to-face meeting between Larry Ellison, CEO of Oracle, and Larry Page, CEO of Google, failed to result in a settlement. The two companies are embroiled in a lawsuit over whether the Android mobile operating system violates patents on Oracle-owned Java technology.

The judge in the case has ordered the two Larrys to meet again on Wednesday. In case a settlement cannot be reached, a trial has been scheduled for October.

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