A judge overturns a $ 1.3 billion award given to Oracle Corp.
for SAP Inc.’s illegal downloads of software and support material. The court agreed with SAP that a lower amount of $272 million was more appropriate in the circumstances, in which “hypothetical costs” had to be taken into account.
Yahoo Inc.’s CEO is fired and the top job given to an interim replacement, the company’s former CFO. The beleaguered internet giant had been losing ground since it partnered with Microsoft Corp. in 2009.
Microsoft Corp. releases a new version of Dynamics AX with a focus on usability. The software company says the new Dynamics 2010 ERP will offer 30 “role-based” UIs tailored to specific needs of personnel using the system.
Intel Corp. offers sneak peek at an upcoming Android tablet with new, low-power Atom chip. The hardware manufacturer says the new chip, codenamed Medfield, will give it a competitive edge in the smartphone and tablet market by reducing power consumption.
Microsoft Corp. releases a developer preview of Windows Server 8. Microsoft bills the new version as the “ultimate cloud OS” and says the update will help it continue to make the transition to a cloud services company.
Bell Mobility becomes the first Canadian carrier to offer LTE wireless service in Toronto
, beating out rival Rogers Communications Ltd. Bell also announced LTE wireless data service in four other Canadian cities: Mississauga, Hamilton, Kitchener-Waterloo and Guelph.
South of the border, AT&T announces the launch of its LTE system in five U.S. cities, almost a year after competitor Verizon Wireless did so. The company will offer a plan with more data than Canadian counterparts Bell Mobility and Rogers Communications Ltd.