New President will face a cyber crisis
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Tarot cards say within 100 days

Whoever gets elected in the US elections will face a cybercrisis within their first 100 days of presidency, according to a security report by Forrester.

Oracle denied another Java trial
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We will keep appealing until we win

Oracle’s attempts to get a new trial on Java API’s have been rejected by a Judge who happens to know about programming.

Oracle to give up on Java plug-in
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End of an error

Oracle has decided that keeping its Java plug-in for browsers is completely pointless.

AMD takeover rumors re-emerge
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It’s the takeover tango - one more time

I can’t remember how many times in the last 20 years that I’ve written up rumors that AMD is ripe for a takeover but now it seems it’s time to do it one more time.

Oracle pays $9.3 billion for Netsuite
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Hey, you! Get into my cloud

Oracle paid $9.3 billion to snap up cloud company Netsuite in a bid to extend its place in the cloud market.

Oracle denies it is killing off Java EE
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Pledges its commitment

Oracle has been on the blower after we ran a story saying it as losing interest in its Java. EE and might be pulling the plug on the open saucy operating system because it was not making the outfit enough cash.

Google gives Oracle  Chinese burn
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Revenge served lightly chilled

After being bullied by Oracle lawyers over its use of Java in Android for so long, Google is wasting no time sticking the boot in.

Oracle appears to be planning the death of Java Enterprise Edition
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Community-driven tech is not where it is at

Oracle is quietly pulling funding and development efforts away from Java Enterprise Edition, in a move that mirrors Oracle’s moves in OpenSolaris and continued with OpenOffice.org.

Oracle told to pay HP $3 billion over Itanium
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The cost of stopping support

A Californian jury has decided that Oracle should not have stopped supporting Itanium and needs to write a cheque to HP for $3 billion for doing so.Needless to say Oracle has said it would appeal the verdict.

Oracle claims Google has killed Open Source
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Before Oracle could do it

Oracle claims that Google’s court-room win gaining fair-use rights over a thousand lines of java APIs in Android will mean that Open Source is dead.