Installs its servers in enterprise customers’ premises
Oracle has announced a package for enterprise customers which it says will give them the full benefits of the company’s public cloud services while retaining all their data on-premise.
Everything should belong to my golf buddies and supporters
The Trump administration urged the US Supreme Court to reject an appeal by Alphabet's Google, boosting Oracle's bid to collect more than $8 billion in royalties for Google's use of copyrighted programming code in the Android operating system.
Tells the supremes that APIs cannot be copyrighted
Red Hat and IBM jointly filed their own amicus brief with the U.S. Supreme Court in the "Google vs. Oracle" case, arguing that APIs cannot be copyrighted.
Larry Ellison too litigious
IT’s Mr Sweary, Linus Torvalds has warned engineers against adding a module for the ZFS filesystem that was designed by Sun Microsystems, now Oracle, due to licensing issues.
When he said no, they fired him
A former Oracle employee filed a lawsuit against the database giant on Tuesday claiming that he was forced out for refusing to lie about the functionality of the company's software.
The Department of Labour is the bad guy here
Database outfit Oracle is so hacked off that the Department of Labour is always taking it to task for discriminating against and underpaying women and minorities it is suing the watchdog.
Ruled three major tech companies with his iron rod
Mark Hurd, who was the chief executive officer of three major technology companies including Oracle, died on Friday. He was 62.
Wants to hire 2000
Everyone's favourite database company, Oracle is hiring 2,000 additional workers as part of is cunning plan to roll out its cloud computing services to more locations around the world.
And your starter for 10 is "how has Google hurt you?"
Storage outfit Oracle, which is not backward in coming forward to complain, has told the press that It is being quizzed by congressional and state investigators looking into allegations that Google violated antitrust law.