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Oracle Ai's Eurovision Horror Show: How Bad Can It Be? Yep. Badder

'Baby by myself the stain grows more obvious...' An Oracle AI bot has spewed out an alleged song based on dozens of Eurovision entries.…

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Virtualbox 6.0.8 Released To Make Shared Folders Work With Linux Kernel 3.16.35

Oracle released VirtualBox 6.0.8, a new monthly maintenance for its open-source and cross-platform virtualization software with more stability and reliability improvements, as well as fixes for critical bugs. VirtualBox 6.0.8 is a small update, but...
Related topics: Linux, Open Source Software

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Announcing Techcrunch Sessions: Enterprise This September In San Francisco

Of the many categories in the tech world, none is more ferociously competitive than enterprise. For decades, SAP, Oracle, Adobe, Microsoft, IBM and Salesforce, to name a few of the giants, have battled to deliver the tools businesses want to become...
Related topics: San Francisco Giants, Adobe, Microsoft, IBM, Salesforce

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You're Not Still Writing Android Apps In Oracle's Java, Are You? Google Tut-tuts At Dev Conf

Ad giant pushes Kotlin language, Q beta 3, Flutter, ChromeOS, and more Google I/O  Google released Android Q beta 3 to developers this week, though more significant was word that the company wants developers to write their Android apps in Kotlin...
Related topics: Android, Android Apps, Mobile Technology, Java, Google

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Oracle May Face Challenges Migrating Customers To Cloud, Says Survey

Rimini Street surveyed 205 IT and business decision makers who were Oracle customers. The picture is a mixed bag.
Related topics: Polls

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If You're Using Oracle's Weblogic Server, Check For Security Fixes: Bug Exploited In The Wild To...

Big Red rushes out software patch as ransomware scumbags move in IT admins overseeing Oracle's WebLogic Server installations need to get patching immediately: miscreants are exploiting what was a zero-day vulnerability in the software to pump...
Related topics: Servers, Computer Security

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Extortionist Hacks It Provider Used By The Stars Of Tech And Big Biz, Leaks Customer Info After...

'Many companies pay us for our work, and we do not publish data and help them to eliminate vulnerabilities' A service provider hired by the likes of Oracle, SAP, BT, and many others, to manage their IT systems has been hacked – and its client data...
Related topics: Hackers

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Hackers Have Stolen A Ton Of Data From An It Company Whose Clients Include Oracle, Airbus, And...

Hackers have stolen a ton of data from German IT company Citycomp, whose clients include multinationals including Oracle, Airbus, and Porsche. Motherboard first reported the story, and got confirmation of the hack from a cybersecurity executive...
Related topics: Hackers, Computer Security

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Red Hat Breathes New Life Into Java

Red Hat is the new keeper of the keys to two popular versions of the open source Java implementation, OpenJDK 8 and OpenJDK 11, having taken over stewardship from Oracle. Oracle ended commercial support for Java 8 and the Oracle JDK 8 implementation...
Related topics: Linux, Red Hat, Java, Open Source Software

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Oracle Turns To Innovation Hubs To Drive Cultural And Business Shift To Cloud

Oracle was founded in 1977. While it’s not exactly IBM or GE, which date back to the late 19th and early 20th centuries respectively, it is old enough to be experiencing a fair bit of disruption in its own right. For a good part of its...
Related topics: IBM

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Virtualbox 6.0.6 Released With Support For Linux 5.0 And Linux 5.1 Kernels

Oracle released the third maintenance update in the latest VirtualBox 6.0 series to address multiple issues and add support for new technologies. VirtualBox 6.0.6 is now available for all supported platforms with some notable changes and new...
Related topics: Linux

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Oracle Splats 300 Vulns In Mysql, Database, Fusion, Etc, Pours Fresh Brew Of Java Se Terms

Multiple pre-auth remote code exec holes need pasting over, enterprise IT giant warns Oracle today issued its quarterly security updates, patching a total of 296 vulnerabilities across its massive line of enterprise software.…
Related topics: Mysql, Databases, Java

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The $10 Billion Jedi Race Narrows Down To Microsoft And Amazon

Microsoft and Amazon are engaged in a heated battle to win a $10 billion service contract from the Pentagon and appear to have beaten out rivals Oracle, IBM and more, being the only two companies to meet the minimum requirement. “After evaluating...
Related topics: Microsoft, Amazon, Pentagon, IBM

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This Ceo Just Raised $175 Million In Funding To Take On Oracle And Salesforce With A Smarter Way To...

Segment raised $175 million in Series D funding, bringing their total fundraise to $284 million since 2012. Accel, GV, and Meritech Capital co-led the round. Taking aim at legacy cloud suites like Salesforce and Oracle, Cofounder and CEO Peter...
Related topics: Salesforce

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Amazon Consumer Biz Celebrates Ridding Itself Of Last Oracle Database With Tame Staff Party, Big...

Fulfilment promise fulfilled Amazon staffers – one dressed as a Big Red piñata – have taken to Twitter to celebrate shutting down their last Oracle database used in the retail side of the organisation.…
Related topics: Amazon, Databases, Twitter, Social Media

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Naming Your Company 101: Probably Best Not To Have The Word 'oracle' Anywhere Near Branding

Big Red flag: UK transport biz made to pay £800 after tech vendor wins appeal Croydon biz Oracle101 has been ordered to change its name and pay Big Red £800 after the tech titan complained about the upstart's moniker.…

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Rob Tarkoff Of Oracle: Customer Experience Today Is About Data, Content, Design And Curiosity

Last week in Vegas, my CRM Playaz co-host and friend Paul Greenberg and I were hanging out at Oracle’s annual MCX (Modern Customer Experience) conference. It’s a showcase the company uses to announce new applications and services to...

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Mozilla Tries To Do Java As It Should Have Been – With A Wasi Spec For All Devices, Computers,...

One binary to rule them all Mozilla this week announced a project called WASI (WebAssembly System Interface) to standardize how WebAssembly code interacts with operating systems. If the project succeeds, it will do what Oracle's Java Virtual Machine...
Related topics: Java

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Ginger Conlon Of The Drum: What Is The Most Significant Moment In The 25 Year History Of Digital...

Yesterday I had the opportunity to participate on a panel focused on the future of customer experience at Oracle’s MCX (Modern Customer Experience) event held in Vegas.  The panel was a lot of fun because I got to sit on the panel with a...
Related topics: Marketing

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Kickstart A Career Running Oracle & Microsoft Databases With This $39 Training

You can set yourself up for a lucrative tech career with the training found in The Complete SQL Certification Bundle, a massive collection of database-centric instruction that’s available now for only $39 from TNW Deals. That’s less than $4 per...
Related topics: Microsoft, Databases

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