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Oracle Releases a Slew of Upgrades
Oracle Releases a Slew of Upgrades

In a flurry of activity, Oracle has announced a number of new offerings for enterprise users. Latest news involves Oracle Database 12c, Oracle Project Procurement, Oracle Linux 7, and Oracle Data Cloud.

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Samsung Postpones Launch of Tizen Phone Samsung Postpones Tizen Phone

No developer interest in platform.

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HP Drops $50M on Hortonworks' Hadoop HP Drops $50M on Hortonworks

Targeting enterprise big data needs.

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Teradata Bets Big on Big Data With Two Big Buys Teradata Bets Big on 2 Big Data Buys

Hoping acquisitions will boost revenue.

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Red Hat Pushes VMware Integration with New OpenStack Release New OpenStack Release Available

Red Hat touts VMware integration.

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