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Oracle: Google took Android 22 billion dollars in profit
Oracle has the copyright lawsuit against Google a book opened on revenues and expenditures of the company from Mountain View. Google would have earned a total of more $ 31 billion in sales and 22 billion profit on Android. Google also paid $ 1 billion to Apple.
The amount of one billion dollars would be paid to Apple in 2014 to keep Google as the default search engine on iOS, writes Bloomberg. Oracle unveiled the amounts claimed in a lawsuit over the use of Java in Android by Google without paying for it. Google opposed the publication and declared that Oracle relies on confidential internal financial documents.
Oracle used the size of the amounts to back up his claims about infringement. Oracle probably send to damages of more than one billion dollars. Google has never known what it is now with Android and tried to prevent publication of the figures because this ‘significant adverse effects’ would have on the company.
Oracle’s lawyers claimed, according to Bloomberg that Google at the start of the development of Android in a hurry and in a neck-and-neck race with Apple was embroiled. A technician of Google would have said, according to the statement by the lawyers that the alternatives to Java were worthless. Android was released in 2008 and, through advertising and the Play Store in money.Viewing:-214
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