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Google to remain unaffected from the European antitrust crackdown
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Google to remain unaffected from the European antitrust crackdown

Google holds 90 percent of the European search market, meaning there are few plausible alternatives for handset makers or consumers who might want to opt out.

Google infringed on copyright laws when it used Oracle's Java software to build Android rules US Court
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Google infringed on copyright laws when it used Oracle's Java software to build Android rules US Court

Oracle hailed Tuesday’s ruling, saying the opinion by the US Court of Appeals for the Federal District “upholds fundamental principles of copyright law.”

US Appeals court revives multi-billion dollar Oracle copyright case against Google
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US Appeals court revives multi-billion dollar Oracle copyright case against Google

Oracle is seeking royalties for Google’s use of some of the Java language, while Google argues it should be able to use Java without paying a fee.

Tech nationalism is a complex game; a ‘swadeshi index’ may support the right Indian startups
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Tech nationalism is a complex game; a ‘swadeshi index’ may support the right Indian startups

When is a company Indian? Is it by who it serves, who or how many it hires, the origin of the person who runs it, or who owns it?

Oracle announces a new, unified, cloud-based system for bringing drugs to the market in a timely manner
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Oracle announces a new, unified, cloud-based system for bringing drugs to the market in a timely manner

The holistic, unified cloud solution, is being built from the ground to address the needs of the entire drug development lifecycle.

US software major Oracle to buy Australian project management software specialists Aconex for $1.19 billion
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US software major Oracle to buy Australian project management software specialists Aconex for $1.19 billion

Aconex, which focuses on construction projects, said it would be liable to pay Oracle about 1 percent of the deal’s equity value as a break-up fee.

Oracle announces its first group of 'Startup Cloud Accelerator' programme in Mumbai and Delhi
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Oracle announces its first group of 'Startup Cloud Accelerator' programme in Mumbai and Delhi

Cloud major Oracle announced the first cohort for its "Startup Cloud Accelerator" programme in Mumbai and Delhi, and its third cohort in Bengaluru.

Oracle unveils its blockchain cloud service to accelerate transactions across partner ecosystems
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Oracle unveils its blockchain cloud service to accelerate transactions across partner ecosystems

Cloud major Oracle has unveiled 'Oracle Blockchain Cloud Service' to enable organisations securely extend business applications.

Internet giants once above the fray, react to changing political winds in Washington
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Internet giants once above the fray, react to changing political winds in Washington

Internet firms are backpedaling from earlier positions as they seek to avoid regulation, according to congressional aides and industry lobbyists.

Cloud computing firm Salesforce to invest $50 million in startups employing artificial intelligence
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Cloud computing firm Salesforce to invest $50 million in startups employing artificial intelligence

The venture wing of Salesforce.com is launching a $50 million fund to invest in start-ups employing artificial intelligence, the cloud computing firm said.

Oracle backs bipartisan proposal in US Congress which would help penalise sex-trafficking websites
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Oracle backs bipartisan proposal in US Congress which would help penalise sex-trafficking websites

The endorsement of legislation advancing in the U.S. Senate marks a sharp departure for Oracle from most of the technology industry.

Indian developers have an appetite for cutting edge technologies: Oracle
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Indian developers have an appetite for cutting edge technologies: Oracle

Oracle organised its global flagship developer conference 'Oracle Code' here on Thursday for the first time.

White House consults Apple, Google and others to help with upgrading digital infrastructure
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White House consults Apple, Google and others to help with upgrading digital infrastructure

To help US Federal Agencies upgrade its digital infrastructure, the White House has asked Apple, Amazon, Oracle and Qualcomm to offer digital expertise.

Oracle and Andhra Pradesh IT Academy integrate cloud computing and IoT in their curriculum
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Oracle and Andhra Pradesh IT Academy integrate cloud computing and IoT in their curriculum

Teachers will be instructed through six Oracle Academy courses, including java foundation, java fundamentals and java programming.

CERT-In releases high severity alerts for vulnerabilities in JAVA SE, Samba and the Solaris OS
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CERT-In releases high severity alerts for vulnerabilities in JAVA SE, Samba and the Solaris OS

The Java SE vulnerabilities could be abused by an attacker by convincing a target to run malicious Java content through a web browser that supports Java.

Aiming at SMBs, US tech giant Oracle opens Asia-Pacific region's first 'Digital Hub' in Bengaluru
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Aiming at SMBs, US tech giant Oracle opens Asia-Pacific region's first 'Digital Hub' in Bengaluru

In addition to the simplified buying experience, Oracles Digital Hubs will provide a complete suite of cloud applications, platform, and infrastructure services as both stand-alone services and as bundles.

Oracle's profits surpasses Wall Street estimates as transition to cloud pays off
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Oracle's profits surpasses Wall Street estimates as transition to cloud pays off

Meanwhile, Oracle's hardware revenue declined 13.2 percent to $1.11 billion and new software licenses fell 5.1 percent to $2.63 billion in the latest quarter.

GST impact: Boutique players emerge to help 6 mn firms connect to tax system online
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GST impact: Boutique players emerge to help 6 mn firms connect to tax system online

Major software and service players, IT companies and tax advisers are teaming up to market GST compliance products to firms large and small.

Oracle firms up plan to set up data centre in India
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Oracle firms up plan to set up data centre in India

Over the coming months, Oracle will be reviewing proposals from government and business partners to provide customers with the capability to build and move workloads to an India-based cloud.