A 6.5 magnitude strong earthquake shook Indonesia's densely populated Java island on Friday night, killing two people
A tropical cyclone that pounded Indonesia's main island of Java has killed 41 people, with tens of thousands displaced by severe flooding and landslides
At least 11 people have died in severe floods and landslides in the east of Indonesia's main island of Java
The Java SE vulnerabilities could be abused by an attacker by convincing a target to run malicious Java content through a web browser that supports Java.
Jakarta: A volcano on Indonesia's main island of Java has erupted, injuring 10 people.
An Indonesian hamlet dubbed "the rainbow village" after being given a makeover in a kaleidescope of colours is attracting hordes of visitors.
Indonesia's disaster agency has warned people to be alert for disasters this wet season as a La Nina weather phenomenon threatens unseasonably heavy rain.
Google is going to file a request for sanctions against Oracle's attorney, Annette Hurst, following her revelations of confidential financial information at the Oracle vs Google trial.
The Jury in the ongoing Google vs Oracle case gave a finding that Google did not infringe Oracle’s copyrights yesterday. While the case is far from over, with a promise of an appeal by Oracle soon, this first decision is a huge relief for the software industry.
Oracle Corp filed a multibillion-dollar copyright lawsuit against Google because Oracle failed in its own attempts to enter the smartphone market, a Google attorney said in closing arguments.
The on-going Oracle vs Google lawsuit that amounts up to $9 billion will move a notch closer to the verdict today.
Google did not pay to use Oracle's software in millions of smartphones, but the company believed that the intellectual property was free for anyone to use, Larry Page, chief executive of Google's parent company, told jurors in court.
The Oracle vs Google courtroom drama started in way back in 2010, a year after Oracle acquired Sun Microsystems and along with it the rights to Java patents.
Longtime customers dramatically reduced the amount of licensing revenue they paid to use Oracle products after Google stole its copyrighted software to enter the smartphone market, Oracle's co-chief executive Safra Catz told jurors.
Oracle Corp and Google faced off in a $9 billion copyright retrial, with Oracle accusing Google of stealing programming to become the world's leading smartphone player and Google saying it acted legally as a true innovator.
Oracle is seeking $9.3 billion in damages from Google with regards to a patent and copyright infringement dispute that's been going on for 6 years now.
Google's Android operating system has generated revenue of about $31 billion and profit of $22 billion since its release, an Oracle Corp lawyer told a U.S. court hearing the software company's copyright lawsuit against Google.
Google is replacing the use of Java application programming interfaces (APIs) in Android with OpenJDK -- the open source version of Oracle's Java Development Kit.
Oracle Corp has settled allegations by the Federal Trade Commission that it failed to notify customers about unaddressed hacking dangers when it released security updates for the estimated 850 million U.S. computers with Java SE software, the agency said.