google.jpgIPNews® – Oracle Corp. must pay Google Inc. $1 million to compensate for costs incurred in Oracle’s failed patent and copyright infringement suit over the Java programming language, a California federal judge ruled Tuesday.

Google had asked for $4 million in costs, but Judge William Alsup shot down $3 million in e-discovery cost requests. Oracle lost its two year patent and copyright battle against Google in May. To continue reading, click: Oracle Owes Google $1M For Java Copyright, Patent Suit Costs