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August 16, 2010

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This piece of software, named after “A” in the map below, is the powerhouse of platform X and also the main cause of a huge lawsuit against X.

Identify the software.

Hint: Recent platform, very popular.

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Answer:

Dalvik, Android’s implementation of the JAVA virtual machine is the main reason Oracle is suing Google.

Dalvik is named after a fishing town in Iceland.


33 Responses to “Coffee is slow. Try this.”

  1. udupendra
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    Dalvik


  2. Qbrain
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    The software is “Dalvik”.
    It is the virtual machine on Android mobile devices.
    Dalvik was written by Dan Bornstein,who named it after “dalvik” – his ancestral village in Iceland. Lawsuit: Oracle sued google over claimed infringement of copyrights and patents.


  3. The answer is JAVA.
    The island shown in the map is the Indonesian island of Java. Oracle recently sued Google over the latter’s usage of the Java programming platform in their mobile OS Android, thereby violating some patents held by the former.


  4. lanu
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    Dalvik (software) , named after village Dalvík in Eyjafjörður, Iceland. Dalvik is the virtual machine on Android mobile devices.


  5. Dalvik.


  6. foobar

    Java virtual machine used in Android (Dalvik).


  7. Raghuvansh
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    Dalvik


  8. Rahulk
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    Dalvik

    Oracle vs. Google over the Android using the above software


  9. Dalvik is the virtual machine on Android mobile devices.
    Oracle, owner of Java, sued Google over claimed infringement of copyrights and patents.


  10. Dibyo
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    dalvik, which drive android, which supposedly infringes on oracle (sun/java) ip


  11. Prasenjit.gogoi

    android platform from google


  12. shrik
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    A – Dalvik
    X – Android by the Googgul


  13. Prateek Agarwal

    Dalvik, the virtual machine on Android Devices.


  14. Vishnu

    Dalvik


  15. krudebox
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    Dalvik on Android.


  16. anurag

    Dalvik, the VM for android.


  17. Sumanth Patlolla
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    Dalvik is the virtual machine on Android mobile devices which was written by Dan Bornstein, who named it after the fishing village of Dalvík in Eyjafjörður, Iceland, where some of his ancestors lived.


  18. Manish Achuth
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    Dalvik, named after a fishing village called Dalvik in Iceland. Oracle is suing Google over the use of this in Android.


  19. username
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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dalvik_%28software%29

    good one!


  20. Girish

    Software- Dalvik

    Platform – Android


  21. SV
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    Dalvik VM on Android, nice trivia!


  22. Rogi
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    Dalvik


  23. Siddarth Pai

    Dalvik

    For Android


  24. Logik
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    Dalvik – virtual machine on Android mobile devices.

    oracle lawsuit has brought this into mainstream news.


  25. Aparna
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    Dalvik


  26. dineshk
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    Dalvik – a vm on Android that is a slimmed down version of Java. Oracle is suing Google for copyright infringement on the patents it owns on Java.


  27. Bharath
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    A- Dalvik
    X- Android


  28. Anjul
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    I give up and will guess Java and Android because Oracle just sued Google for that. But Java’s not in Iceland, it’s in, um, Java. So I must be wrong.


  29. Ganesh Prasad

    Dalvik


  30. Ananth
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    Dalvik


  31. blntechie

    Dalvik – the VM in Android mobile OS of Google


  32. vasanth

    dalvik


  33. A = Dalvik
    X = Android


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