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EE4J: Eclipse's replacement for Java EE unveiled

1 day ago   |   InfoWorld

The Eclipse Foundation, the new keeper of enterprise Java, has moved forward with nine project proposals for Eclipse Enterprise for Java , which the organization describes as...
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AWS re:Invent 2017: CenturyLink lined up to network the Las Vegas Strip

AWS re:Invent 2017: CenturyLink lined up to network the Las Vegas Strip

2 days ago   |   CBR

AWS re:Invent, the cloud giant's big bang to end the year is just around the corner and it promises to be bigger and better than ever before. Taking place from the 27 th...
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Oracle CEO: The interface of the future won't include a touchscreen

Oracle CEO: The interface of the future won't include a touchscreen

14 days ago   |   Factor

The user interface of the future will render the ubiquitous touchscreen to history, Mark Hurd, CEO of technology giant Oracle, has said. Speaking on Tuesday at Web Summit, Hurd...
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Larry Ellison, the Original Source of Tech FakeNews

Larry Ellison, the Original Source of Tech FakeNews

15 days ago   |   Information Week

Oracle's Larry Ellison attacked AWS and Splunk, and drew plenty of rebuttals.
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Oracle databases run American businesses -you can learn how to run them for over 90% off

Oracle databases run American businesses -you can learn how to run them for over 90% off

23 days ago   |   The Next Web   |   3 articles

Databases are tricky, even for the companies that make them. Assimilating and storing vast quantities of data requires databases with advanced functionality, unshakable...
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Microsoft commercial cloud, Azure vs. Amazon Web Services is nice storyline, but misguided comparison

23 days ago   |   ZDnet   |   2 articles

Microsoft Azure vs. AWS is a fun comparison, but Microsoft's commercial cloud is more akin to Oracle and Salesforce.
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ZGC large-heap Java garbage collector may go open source

26 days ago   |   InfoWorld   |   2 articles

An Oracle-developed, low-latency Java garbage collector geared to large heaps could move to the open source community, if a proposal to do so gets community approval. Votes are...
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Bloodhound: A day at the supersonic races with Oracle

Bloodhound: A day at the supersonic races with Oracle

26 days ago   |   CBR   |   3 articles

Computer Business Review had the great privilege of witnessing the first test runs of the Bloodhound SSC in Newquay, Cornwall. A dedicated team are pursuing a goal of 1000mph...
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5 of the most controversial people in tech today

5 of the most controversial people in tech today

27 days ago   |   CBR

Eccentricity, egotism and potential espionage are terms that have been used in conjunction with these controversial characters. Some are impressed, some are inspired and some...
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Is security now a driver of cloud adoption?

Is security now a driver of cloud adoption?

30 days ago   |   CBR

The public cloud has always had something of an image problem when it comes to security, being regarded as a less safe space to store sensitive data, but that appears to be...
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FCC releases final proposal to end net neutrality

FCC releases final proposal to end net neutrality

The FCC has released the final draft of its proposal to destroy net neutrality. The order removes nearly every net neutrality rule on the books - internet providers will be... Read more ...

Uber's massive security breach: Company faces probes, questions galore

Uber's massive security breach: Company faces probes, questions galore

Can Uber be trusted? The San Francisco company reportedly paid hackers $100,000 to delete data and keep quiet about the breach. Read more ...

Facebook will soon let you know if you're following propaganda pages

Facebook will soon let you know if you're following propaganda pages

Facebook's latest attempt at transparency lets users know if they liked or followed any pages related to Russia during the US election. Its newest effort furthers its effort to... Read more ...

If Portugal is a net neutrality nightmare, we're already living in it

If Portugal is a net neutrality nightmare, we're already living in it

A few weeks ago, as it seemed more and more likely that FCC chairman Ajit Pai would successfully dismantle US net neutrality rules, California Congressional representative Ro... Read more ...

Why Black Friday is on every hacker's hit list

Why Black Friday is on every hacker's hit list

While you are eagerly etching the Black Friday reminder into your calendar and dreaming of the plunder you will return with from the sales battle, do not forget that the... Read more ...

Watch Joe Keery And Gaten Matarazzo Answer The Web's Most Searched Questions...

Watch Joe Keery And Gaten Matarazzo Answer The Web's Most Searched Questions And Bro Out

Anyone who was a fan of Steve and Dustin teaming up in Stranger Things will be very excited watching this video. Joe Keery and Gaten Matarazzo (who actually pitched the... Read more ...

YouTube tightens rules on kid-related content

YouTube tightens rules on kid-related content

YouTube, that strange stew of the best and worst content on the web, is cracking down on abuse and error relating to kid-focused video. Jokers and questionably ethical creators... Read more ...

Warriors must go to court over eavesdropping app suit, judge rules

Warriors must go to court over eavesdropping app suit, judge rules

The Golden State Warriors must face a lawsuit over its Android app's alleged eavesdropping on users. Read more ...

The government proposed new rules that would let internet providers block...

The government proposed new rules that would let internet providers block apps - read the full plan

The FCC led by chairman Ajit Pai released the final draft of a closely-watched plan on Wednesday to reverse a net neutrality policy enacted in 2015 which banned the blocking or... Read more ...

Uber data breach scandal: A shocked tech industry reacts to the cover-up

Uber data breach scandal: A shocked tech industry reacts to the cover-up

We are all used to news of data breaches and the reputational apocalypse that follows, but this one stands out head and shoulders above the rest. Uber has been found trying to... Read more ...