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Will Java 9 release be delayed? Red Hat, IBM to cast explicit vote against JSR

Will Java 9 release be delayed? Red Hat, IBM to cast explicit vote against JSR

Java Development Kit 9 had its planned release for July 27.

Oracle to set up data centre in India soon

US tech giant Oracle on Wednesday said it will set up a data centre in India to expand its cloud services here over the next 6-9 months.

Google triumphs over Oracle in copyright case

Google triumphs over Oracle in copyright case

The jury upheld claims by Google and the decision was made in their favour in a long-running copyright fight over Android software used to run most of the world's smartphones.

'Global AIM software revenue rises marginally to $23.9 billion'

Global application infrastructure and middleware (AIM) software revenue rose marginally to USD 23.9 billion in 2015 as a considerable jump in the dollar masked growth in the market, Gartner said on Friday

Oracle to set up startup incubators in India

To mentor budding entrepreneurs and help the emerging companies access best technology, IT major Oracle today will set up nine startup incubators across the country

Oracle seeks $9.3 billion in damages from Google

Global software and cloud major Oracle has sought $9.3 billion from search engine giant Google over software copyrights infringement, a media report said.

Oracle lawyer says Google's Android generated $31 billion revenue

Oracle is accusing Google of using its Java software without paying for it to develop Android.

Hurray for IITians, recruiters offer plum salary package on day one of placement

Hurray for IITians, recruiters offer plum salary package on day one of placement

IITians have a reason to go jubilant as international recruiters have offered them handsome salary packages on day one of placement.

IIT Madras placements begin; Rs 85 lakh average pay on Day 1

IIT Madras placements begin; Rs 85 lakh average pay on Day 1

This year, Indian Institute of Technology-Madras has reduced the usual 15-day recruitment period to 10 days.

Oracle's silicon-based microprocessor takes data security to new level

At a time when cyber attacks to steal key data are proving to be a real nightmare for nations and companies, global software and cloud major Oracle has launched the world's first silicon-based microprocessor that has taken data security to an entirely new level.

Oracle US conference opens with ultimate cloud experience

Oracle's OpenWorld 2015 conference opened the door for an ultimate cloud experience.

Oracle launches new cloud editions for integration

Global software major Oracle has announced two new additions to its cloud platform for integration -- a comprehensive set of integration services that enable users to quickly get on to on-premises and cloud-based applications.

Oracle Q1 net profit falls 16.50% to Rs 329.33 crore

IT firm Oracle Financial Services Software Thursday reported a decline of 16.50 percent in its consolidated net profit at Rs 329.33 crore for the first quarter ended June 30, 2015.

Oracle seeks permission to update copyright lawsuit against Google

The move by Oracle is its first since the US Supreme Court allowed the case to continue and suggests the litigation could be far from over.

Oracle expands cloud services to take on Amazon, Microsoft

Oracle on Tuesday expanded its cloud service offerings with an emphasis on PaaS (platform-as-a-service)as it launched 24 new technologies aimed at leap-frogging over rival brands like Amazon, Microsoft and IBM.

Google versus Oracle case exposes differences within Obama administration

It is unclear what position the administration will ultimately take. Deliberations within the Obama administration have mirrored the larger debate in the technology world.

Oracle CEO sees benefit if rival buys

If Microsoft or another rival did buy, it might help Oracle in the customer relationship management sector, said Catz.

Oracle expands India sales team to drive cloud services

Oracle on Thursday announced plans to expand its sales team in India by adding 300 executives as the tech giant targets the growing market for cloud services in the country and the Asia Pacific region.

SAP, Oracle settle long-running legal dispute

German software giant SAP has agreed to pay US rival Oracle more than USD 359 million to settle a long-running copyright battle, it said today.

Google asks US Supreme Court to decide Oracle copyright fight

Google Inc has asked the US Supreme Court to wade into contentious litigation against Oracle Corp, arguing that the high court must act to protect innovation in high tech.