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Microsoft Backs Oracle's Crusade Against Google Android

Yes, Microsoft is backing Larry Ellison and Oracle in their ongoing crusade to prove that Google infringed on Oracle's copyrights in building the Android mobile operating system.

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Invoking 'Ann Droid': Oracle Compares Google to Harry Potter Plagiarist

In its never-ending effort to prove that Google illegally copied its software code in building the Android mobile operating system, Oracle compares its tech rival to someone shameless enough to plagiarize the structure of a Harry Potter novel.

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Big Data in Asia Pacific, from the perspective of an Oracle CTO

Marketing intelligence company IDC expects Big Data growth in the Asia Pacific excluding Japan region to grow to be 42.6 percent bigger than it is in 2012. A popular buzzword for the year, next to BYOD and cloud computing, Big Data seems to be a recurring topic in technology circles.

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Oracle, Which Sought $6B from Google in Java API Case, Ordered to Pay $1.1M Court Costs

The two-year-old intellectual property case over which Oracle sued Google for allegedly stealing Java software to use in development of its Android mobile device operating system certainly didn't turn out the way Oracle had hoped it would.

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Curtains For Rim? Besides Ibm, Are Microsoft, Samsung, Oracle Looking?

Shares of BlackBerry developer Research in Motion jumped on speculation IBM might be interested in part of the company. But others like Microsoft and Oracle , might also want its technology, too.

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Judge in Google-Oracle case seeks names of paid reporters, bloggers

SAN FRANCISCO – A judge in the patent battle between Google Inc and Oracle Corp ordered the companies to disclose the names of journalists on their payrolls, stunning the legal and media communities.

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Judge wants bloggers, reporters named

A judge in the patent battle between Google and Oracle ordered the companies to disclose the names of journalists on their payrolls, stunning the legal and media communities.

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