The funding environment for technology-focused startups these days is getting to be a bit ridiculous, so some tech industry folks may need to use their imaginations for a second to understand this concept.
Back when rumors of Google’s fabled augmented-reality glasses began picking up steam, one of the most frequently repeated bits was that they bore a striking resemblance to (rather old) Oakley’s Thump mp3-friendly sunglasses.
A slight mutation in the matched nucleotides can lead to chromosomal aberrations and unintentional genetic rearrangement. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Mapping the “blueprint for building a person” is no small undertaking.
Oracle CEO Larry Ellison described on the stand the different licenses available for Java, citing that Google is the only company that hasn't signed up for any of them. Read this blog post by Rachel King on Business Tech.
While Google denies infringing on any of Oracles patents or copyrights, attorneys for Oracle are seeking nearly $1 billion in damages and an injunction that could force Google to change the way it uses and distributes Android software.
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