Eric Schmidt testifies
Oracle and Google have squared off in a San Francisco courtroom in a case examining the relationship between Google's Android operating system and the Java programming language, created by Sun Microsystems but now owned by Oracle. Specifically, the case -- brought by Oracle -- seeks to determine whether Android infringes on patents and copyrights associated with Java.
This courtroom sketch shows Eric Schmidt, Google's executive chairman (right), being questioned by Oracle lawyer David Boies on Tuesday, April 24. At left is Judge William Alsup.
Editors' note: This slideshow was first published April 17 at 1:01 p.m. PT. It has since been updated with new photos and sketches.
April 24, 2012 2:45 PM PDT
Photo by: Vicki Behringer
| Caption by: Jonathan Skillings
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