17 Jun '11, 4am

Google slapped with multibillion-dollar lawsuit over Android OS - TODAYonline

Oracle is seeking damages "in the billions of dollars" from Google in a patent lawsuit over the smartphone market, according to a court filing. The disclosure yesterday was the first time either side publicly mentioned the cumulative scale of Oracle's damages claims. Oracle sued Google last year, claiming the search giant's Android mobile operating technology infringes Oracle's Java patents. Barring any settlements, a trial is expected to begin by November. Google had called an Oracle damages report "unreliable and results-oriented", but Oracle yesterday accused Google of trying to conceal the fact Oracle's damages claims in the case are in the billions. US District Judge William Alsup yesterday ordered Google to make public the damages information by today. REUTERS

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