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Oracle gets sued over Fusion Applications

Toolkit maker MB Technologies says Oracle overstepped the bounds of their licensing agreement. The company said its

You can be a virtual Socialite

The Socialite app consolidates your social networks so you can kick back with social media instead of virtually huffing and puffing to keep up

Skype sued by Skype founders

Joltid, the firm owned by founders of Skype, is suing the Voice over IP company over a peer-to-peer technology licensing dispute...

Cisco fleshes out unified computing product map

The C series rackmount servers, designed for virtualization, are scheduled for release in the third quarter. Find out about the Extended Memory

Sun software price hike feared

Observers predict that Oracle will raise prices for Sun software support over time after the acquisition closes

Microsoft slashes software leasing costs

Finally a cut that's nice to hear about. Microsoft is wooing enterprise customers by cutting software leasing costs by as much as 26 per cent

Obama’s broadband stimulus: Will wireless fit the bill?

The U.S. government has allotted billions for broadband infrastructure. Industyr experts speculate on whether it will take the form of 802.11y, WiMAX or LTE

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