Android Not So Open, Caught Using Java Code

According to research done by an intellectual property lawyer, Google developers literally copy and pasted some Java Code right into Android and passed it as their own.

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Techsmith2405d ago

Why can't Google just pay the fee?

gamerz2404d ago

Google engineers implemented a 'clean room' version specifically so they can update their platform for their own specific purposes. It's not 100% Java compatible and therefore would fail the compatibility tests. (Breaks the 'write once run anywhere' concept) Google's version is optimized for mobile platforms and doesn't even compile to byte-code, like Java does, so it cannot run on other Java virtual machines and can't be called Java. It only uses Java syntax (the language) so that Java developers are comfortable developing on Android.

Speed-Racer2405d ago (Edited 2405d ago )

Wtf how did the heat suddenly drop back to 50? LOLOL

Syko2405d ago

A little fairy saw something fishy...Rumor*

gamerz2404d ago

The files cited by this article have all been shown not to to be copied or were test cases used for testing compatibility and not meant to be shipped, and have subsequently been removed:

Most of Oracle's case is based on patents, not copyright.

Techsmith2404d ago

From a developers standpoint its no big deal, but to a lawyer this as a big opportunity.

Speed-Racer2404d ago

But it's america, people can get sued big time for anything.