An email sent by Andy Rubin, the head of the team that was tasked with developing the Android mobile operating system, appears to indicate that Google was aware that it could not use APIs from the Java programming language as it wished.
Originally created in the mid-noughties, The University of Melbourne's student portal was showing its age, with symptoms including the inability to keep up with demand at peak times, such as during enrolment season. Redevelopment on the back of a new, Oracle-based enterprise platform delivered the required performance and paved the way for a much greater level of integration.
Google tried and failed to strike a deal with Sun for the development of a mobile operating system, the search giant's former chief executive Eric Schmidt told a court yesterday.
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