Even as Google's open source Android mobile OS has marched to success in a very short period of time, it has also come under legal fire from both Oracle and Microsoft. In another recent salvo fired at Android, intellectual property pundit Edward J. Naughton and Raymond Nimmer, a copyright law professor, have raised concerns over how Android handles certain parts of Linux code. Now, Linux kernel creator Linus Torvalds has weighed in the latest charges, and Torvalds calls the charges "bogus."
March 23, 2011
Linus Torvalds Dismisses Charges That Android Commits Linux-related Violations
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