Oracle and Google continue to fight a nasty courtroom battle over patent and copyright claims involving Java and mobile phones. Consider some of the crucial evidence introduced so far.
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Google says it used a "clean room" approach to build its Dalvik virtual machine, meaning that it didn't rely on the copyrighted parts of Java to come up with its code. Oracle insists Google copied from its APIs; Google says it used Apache Harmony, an open source Java implementation.
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