This should crash your browser if you’re using Chrome.
Yes, that’s intended behavior.
Oracle has claimed that Google derived its Android code from the specifications for "hundreds" of Oracle’s copyrighted Java files, and that at least eight Android files are actually decompiled Oracle object code.
But it went a few steps further in its letter (PDF) to the court. Well-known open source watcher Florian Muller called it “the single most interesting document in this whole lawsuit to date as far as the copyright part of the case is concerned “.
Oracle says that in the case, it has identified fifty-one Java API packages – about a third of Java’s APIs – that contain numerous class files under Oracle copyright. All told, the company has pinpointed 14 Java copyrights infringed by Google, and it “expects” that case discovery will reveal more. “Thus, contrary to Google’s ‘we only took a little bit’ argument, Google derived its Android code from the specifications for hundreds of Oracle’s copyrighted Java files,” the letter reads. The emphasis is Oracle’s.
BAGHDAD, Feb 21, 2011 (AFP) – Around $40 billion are “missing” from a post-Gulf War fund that Iraq maintains to protect the money from foreign claims, its parliamentary speaker said on Monday.
“There is missing money, we do not know where it has gone,” Osama al-Nujaifi said at a news conference in Baghdad. “The money is around $40 billion in total.”
“It may have been spent somewhere, but it does not appear in our accounts, so parliament will investigate where this money has gone.”
Nujaifi did not say when or how the discovery had been made regarding the missing money. He said two investigative committees had been formed to track down the cash.
To the shock of President Hamid Karzai’s aides, Gen. David H. Petraeus suggested Sunday at the presidential palace that Afghans caught up in a coalition attack in northeastern Afghanistan might have burned their own children to exaggerate claims of civilian casualties, according to two participants at the meeting.
And change the combination on my luggage.
The global media’s attention is focused on the revolutions sweeping through North Africa and the Middle East, with Egypt – and to a lesser extent Tunisia – being most prominent. But not all revolutions are blessed with this level of attention. The West African nation of Gabon is currently also in popular revolt. What, you haven’t heard about it yet?
A Libyan warship arrived in Malta on Tuesday after its crew refused to carry out orders to bomb Benghazi, the satellite network Al Jazeera reported.
A second Libyan ship has also reportedly been sighted in the area, the network reported.
You know, if W had just waited a few years, you’d have seen a similar uprising in Baghdad…
A jury on Tuesday sentenced the leader of a small Arizona group opposed to illegal immigration to die for her role in the home invasion shooting deaths of a father and his 9-year-old daughter.
The jury of 11 women and one man returned the death penalty verdict for Shawna Forde, 43, the founder and leader of the Minutemen American Defense group, for the May 30, 2009, killings of Brisenia Flores, 9, and her father, Raul Junior Flores, 29, in Arivaca, in southern Arizona.
The case now automatically goes to the Arizona Supreme Court for an appeal.