David Boies, Oracle's lead lawyer in the Silicon Valley trial of titans, had a nice set-up for day four of the proceedings. On day three, Wednesday, Boies probed Google CEO Larry Page about his familiarity with Tim Lindholm, a software engineer working on the Android team who was involved in determining whether Google should acquire a license for Java.
Boies asked Page about a 2005 document stating, "Google/Android, with support from Tim Lindholm, negotiates the first OSS J2ME JVM license with Sun." Lindholm had just joined Google from Sun.
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