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  • HP breaks from the Hurd

    Hurd was dismissed for being creative with his expenses claims while trying to impress a former soft porn star, Jodie Fisher, who later complained he had sexually harassed her. Hurd later went on to be a top manager for Oracle working for his chum Larry Ellison.
  • Oracle about to buy Micros Systems

    Database maker Oracle is in talks to buy Micros Systems, the outfit which makes software and point-of-sale hardware for retailers and hotel chains.
  • Oracle wins new method of trolling

    Oracle's obsession with suing first and thinking about the implications later might have opened a can of worms for the company.
  • Microsoft is still cheaper than open sauce

    The true cost is in the total cost of ownership and exploitation, not just the licence cost. Creese said he did not have a dogma about open source over Microsoft, but proprietary software - from Microsoft, SAP to Oracle and others - needed to justify themselves and to work doubly hard to have flexib
  • Intel could be next target for pro-gay marriage campaigners

    According to Hot Air and using the LA Times's blacklist database, Nate Silver ran the numbers on donations from people who work at Fortune 500 Silicon Valley companies and discovered that a majority of every company's employees donated towards defeating the ban.
  • Oracle in hot water with Wall Street

    The cocaine nose jobs of Wall Street are furious that Oracle did not do as well as they thought.
  • Oregon calls Oracle out on Obamacare project

    Oracle appears to have miffed the government of Oregan over some work the outfit did on the state's troubled health care exchange website.
  • Intel's Itanium is about to sink

    Obviously, we are not the only one who thinks this. Oracle decided in 2011 that the chip "was nearing the end of its life" and decided to stop supporting the architecture which caused HP to file a lawsuit against Oracle seeking damages and continued software support.
  • China claims Red Flag sinks due to miss-management (sic)

    It did well and made deals with partners such as Oracle and Dell whose products were certified to support and shipped with Red Flag Software.
  • Ellison gives blessing to government snooping

    Oracle CEO Larry Ellison did his best to play down concerns about NSA hacking into his business customers' private data.
  • Oracle cracks down on third party software support

    Oracle has widened its war against third-party software support providers it claims are violating its intellectual property.
  • James Gosling slams Oracle’s over Solaris

    Four years after Oracle bought Sun, Java founder James Gosling has waded into the outfit’s handling of his former workplace’s key assets.
  • Oracle to release a mega patch tomorrow

    Oracle will be releasing its January 2014 quarterly patches with 47 vulnerability fixes, 85 of them for bugs which are remotely exploitable.
  • Techbubble fud is ready to burst

    CommentMicrosoft, IBM, HP, Cisco and Oracle need for the rest of the economy to pick up to see serious money arrive. That will not happen until businesses start buying PCs and servers again.
  • Google spends the most on lobbying

    Another group which has decided that it needs to grease a few palms is Apple whose lobbying efforts shot up 111 percent between the third quarter of 2012 and 2013. However it did not spend that much something like $970,000 this year.
  • Oracle becomes open source's Dr Evil

    Oracle has practically declared war on the open source movement and become public enemy number one amongst the weirdie beardy penguin fans.
  • French police switch to desktop Linux

    However, some government plans to move to Linux are hardly committed. The UK is committed to use open source software "wherever possible", for example. But the majority of its IT budget is spent on proprietary software from companies like Microsoft and Oracle.
  • Judge Alsup kicks troll in the patents

    The case was booted from Texas to the United States District Court for the Northern District of California where it falls under the remit of district court Judge William Alsup, of Oracle versus Google fame.

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