May 1, 2012 (Reuters) - Jurors have begun deliberations about whether Google Inc. violated Oracle Corp's copyright on parts of the Java programming language, part of a high stakes trial over smartphone technology with more than $1 billion in play.
Oracle is suing Google in federal court, claiming the search engine giant's Android mobile platform violated its patents and copyright to Java, and is seeking roughly $1 billion in copyright damages.
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