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Meritocracy, My Back End

An early Oracle employee says Silicon Valley still doesn't play fair with women or minorities. Continue reading

Admedo Launches App for Programmatic on Oracle Marketing AppCloud

This news just in: Admedo has launched a programmatic advertising offering now available on the Oracle Marketing AppCloud. “Admedo’s Demand Side Platform (DSP) helps marketers to manage their programmatic advertising in-house with Oracle Marketing Cloud,” according to a provided statement. Show More Summary

Get Smart Content Launches Oracle Marketing AppCloud App to Personalize B2B Journey

B2B marketers can now really, really “get smart.” That’s because Get Smart Content, a leading website segmentation and targeting platform, just launched a Smart Content application. It’s now available in the Oracle Marketing AppCloud. Show More Summary

David Itskowitch on Andre Ward’s comeback

By Arvin Nundloll Photo: Roc Nation Sports After Andre Ward returned to the ring at the Oracle Center, in Oakland, California, FightNews caught up with the COO of Roc Nation Sports, David Itskowitch and discussed what the atmosphere was like … Continue reading ? The post David Itskowitch on Andre Ward’s comeback appeared first on Boxing News.

OracleVoice: Why Silicon Valley Represents Environment's Best Hopes, Worst Fears

At the Silicon Valley Leadership Group’s Energy and Sustainability Summit, hosted by Oracle on June 25, presenters emphasized the groundswell around environmental protection.

3 Count: Supreme Indecision

Supreme Court declines to hear Google/Oracle case, appeals court rules producers, not directors hold movie copyrights and AC/DC debuts on streaming.

Retaining Marc Gasol Means Memphis Grizzlies Must Make Sacrifices

OAKLAND, CA - MAY 05: Marc Gasol #33 of the Memphis Grizzlies warms up prior to the start of Game Two of the Western Conference Semifinals of the NBA Playoffs against the Golden State Warriors at ORACLE Arena on May 5, 2015 in Oakland, California. NOTE TO USER: User expressly [...]

Enterprise Software Strong, PCs Set to Disappoint, in IT Decline, Says Gartner

Enterprise software will be the brightest spot in overall corporate spending on information technology this year, perhaps a relief to Oracle (ORCL), (CRM) and others, according to a release today from Gartner, which sees overall IT spending in decline by 5.5% this year, at $3.51 trillion. The authors of the report, John-David Lovelock and staff, stress [...]

Next-Generation Databases Take On Big Data Management Challenges

Relational databases such as Oracle, IBM’s DB2 and Microsoft’s Access, form the backbone for data storage and management in most organizations today. While relational databases provide good structure and accessibility for most data, they also have limitations which have given rise to a new class of databases that address specific [...]

Microsoft, Oracle, HP, Tibco, RStudio form the R Consortium under the Linux Foundation

The new group unites the users of the open-source R programming language, widely used among data scientists and statisticians.

Oracle Wraps REST APIs Around E-Commerce Cloud

Looking once again to extend the reach of its software-as-a-service (SaaS) application portfolio, Oracle today unfurled an e-commerce cloud service built around REST application programming interfaces.

Supreme Court Declines to Hear Appeal in Google-Oracle Copyright Fight

4 days agoTechnology : Bits

A years-long copyright fight between Google and Oracle will continue. At issue are the bits of code that help pieces of software work together, called Application Programming Interfaces.

Supreme Court Refuses To Decide If APIs Are Copyrightable

High court denies Google's appeal in Oracle case. Continue reading

Oracle Wins Major Victory Against Google In API Copyright Case

The Supreme Court rejected Google's appeal on the ability to copyright APIs, letting an earlier appeals court ruling stand.

Oracle's Supreme Court win sends software suit back to court

A high-stakes legal battle between Google and Oracle has split Silicon Valley.        

Supreme Court won’t hear Google’s appeal in Java API case

The Supreme Court has refused to hear Google's appeal in its ongoing fight with Oracle. Now the fight over Java will head to a lower court to determine if Google's infringement is characterized as fair use.

Supreme Court rejects to hear Google’s appeal in Oracle fight over Android

The Supreme Court has just denied Google's request to appeal from the never-ending Google-Oracle dispute over copyright infringement in Android.

Supreme Court Won't Hear Oracle v. Google Case, Leaving APIs Copyrightable And Innovation At Risk

4 days agoIndustries / Law : Techdirt

This is unfortunate, even if it was somewhat expected: the Supreme Court has now rejected Google's request to hear its appeal over the appeals court decision that overturned a lower court ruling on the copyrightability of APIs. The lower...Show More Summary

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