No Truce for Apple-Samsung as Standoff Continues

Mellisa Tolentino | October 4th

Apple and Samsung’s feud just won’t end.  Apple filed a case in an Australian court against Samsung for allegedly “slavishly” copying the iPad, in which Samsung fought back with patent infringement cases thrown against Apple. Last...»

The Origin of the Galaxies: According to Pleiades the Supercomputer

Mellisa Tolentino | October 4th

Religion and science tell us two different versions of how our world came to be.  According to the book of Genesis, God created the world in seven days, while science has many theories, one of...»

HP Finalizes Autonomy Deal, Ellison Claims Oracle’s Still Better

Maria Deutscher | October 4th

Hewlett-Packard published a press release today announcing that it has closed off the $10.3 billion acquisition of Autonomy, a UK-based analytics firm. The electronics giant acquired 213,421,299 shares of the company for $39.28 per share...»

Jason Andersen at Oracle OpenWorld 2011 Bringing Java to PaaS with JBoss

Kyt Dotson | October 3rd

John Furrier of SiliconANGLE and Dave Vellante of Wikibon sat down with Jason Andersen, the Product Line Developer, JBoss Enterprise Application Platform & Developer Studio, a division of Red Hat to speak about JBoss, the cloud, and his...»

Oracle’s Hanchin: Oracle Partners “On Board” with Pre-Engineered Appliance Approach

Jeffrey Kelly | October 3rd

The last two years have been a transition period for not just Oracle, but Oracle’s partners as well. As Oracle embraces the pre-configured, pre-engineered appliance model, partners that once made money helping customers integrate Oracle’s various components have been...»

EMC’s Shum: Availability Biggest Pain-Point for Oracle DBAs

Jeffrey Kelly | October 3rd

Oracle database administrators face a number of challenges, but for Mel Shum, their biggest challenge is clear. “The big pain point is availability,” said Shum, a Backup and Recovery Technical Consultant at EMC “Applications write to the database, the...»

Patent Battle: Sony Ericsson Fears no Patent War

Saroj Kar | October 3rd

Patents are increasingly becoming the currency in the fight for rights, to increase revenue and to build a stronger market share.  And every week, suits and countersuits are spinning around software patents apparently being infringed...»

SEI Moving from EMC to Oracle? Maybe, says SVP Steven Zeh

Bert Latamore | October 3rd

SEI may move from EMC data storage to Oracle Exadata to support expected high volume data growth rates for its new Global Wealth Platform, SEI SVP Steven Zeh told Wikibon CEO David Velante in...»

Juniper Networks Unveils Network-as-a-Service Offering

Maria Deutscher | October 3rd

Juniper Networks announced Junosphere Lab, a cloud offering that provides a testing ground for network engineers, technicians and other staffers.  This network-as-a-service offering is the first of its kind, according to Juniper, which also claims...»

HTC Looks into Security Flaw Discovered by a Blogger

Kristina Farrah | October 3rd

Not too long ago, a blogger discovered a security flaw in some of HTC’s mobile phones. EVO 3D, EVO 4G, Thunderbolt, and possibly the Sensation--the phones hold a user’s GPS location and e-mail addresses, which are accessible to...»