Android Jelly Bean had been exhibited at the Google offices page.
NEWS: Oracle accuses Google Steal The code for Android
(Oracle lawyers to make e-mail Google executives as the primary evidence)
Jelly sweets containing green robot is standing in the courtyard Google headquarters, the United States. The company has now opened the newest version of Android operating system version. His name is Jelly Bean, candy many flavors and colors.
Google shows new mascot image on the page Google Google + Developers. This indicates for the first time the company released an official statement about the Jelly Bean.
Jelly Bean is the latest name of a series of food-themed name for the Android OS. Previously, it has been present Cupcake, Donut, Eclair, Froyo, Gingerbread, Honeycomb, and Ice Cream Sandwich.
According to Venture Beat, the operating system is expected to be launched and described in detail on a Google developer conference I / O. Google gives the same treatment when it will launch the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich in the last year.
Google at this conference is expected to showcase their latest tablet with the Nexus brand. This device is said to contain the latest version of the Android operating system it
Oracle accuses Google Steal The code for Android.
Oracle Corp proceedings initiated against Google Inc. in federal court in San Francisco, USA. Quoted by Reuters, Oracle sued Google in August 2010 for patent infringement and copyright claims to the Java programming language.
According to Oracle, Google’s Android OS Java infringe intellectual obtained when buying Sun Microsystems in 2010. Google says it does not infringe the patent because Oracle does not own the copyright to certain parts of Java. The trial is expected to last about eight weeks.
Oracle attorney, Michael Jacobs says Google takes copyright blueprint Java to harness the creative power of millions of Java software developers. This blueprint can be used to create Android applications. Google has not received appropriate permissions to use this.
Jacobs shows some email from Google to the jury. This evidence is displayed in the gallery of the courtroom on the HD screen. In 2005, Chief of the Division of Android, Andy Rubin sent an e-mail to the founders of Google, Larry Page proposes to take to the Java license.
“We will pay Sun for the license,” wrote Rubin.
Based on the e-mail from Rubin to the Co-CEO of Google Eric Schmidt on May 2007, Google refused to take a license.
“I’m through dealing with the Sun (your right). They will not be happy when we release our product,” wrote Rubin.
In early cases, the estimated loss on Google violation of U.S. $ 6.1 billion. Oracle claims Google has been narrowed to only two of seven in the first patent. Oracle seeking damages of copyright about $ 1 billion.
Oracle CEO, Larry Ellison will be the first witness designated Oracle. Ellison will testify about the importance of Java to Oracle’s business and that has caused losses to the company’s Android.
From the Google founders Larry Page will explain the details about Google’s business plan and marketing strategy for Android, including the company’s acquisition of Motorola.