Just how real is the threat that hackers can post to smart cities?
Enterprise software giant SAP has been throwing its hands in the air for years, exclaiming that it is indeed a cloud company. But yesterday, SAP took a big step that shows where the it and its customers are at by …
Apple’s in the top 10 for the first time ever, Facebook hits the list, and Dell sells more than Google as Fortune Magazine released its Fortune 500 companies today, ranking the top 500 companies by global income.
Notable this year …
The Los Angeles Times reports that the world's third richest individual has set his sights on "billionaire beach," and may have dropped anchor in the neighborhood.
Best known, perhaps, for being the headquarters of BlackBerry, Waterloo is a small suburb of Toronto with a population of 98,000 in which 500 startups were born in 2012.
Java is getting a security update today to fix a number of bugs that can be used in drive-by attacks.
“Our mission, to help people everywhere see and understand data, isn’t all that different from Google’s,” Christian Chabot, the company’s cofounder and chief executive, told VentureBeat.
Imagine this: You’re a founder of a Silicon Valley enterprise software company. It’s only 15 years old, but it’s already worth $3.5 billion. You’ve never lost money, and you’ve left your initial competition in the dust.
The companies you’re now …
Showing its intent to get cozy with wireless carriers, Oracle has agreed to acquire Tekelec, a provider of network signaling, subscriber data management, and policy control.
Enterprise software titan Oracle has agreed to acquire Nimbula -- a cloud infrastructure management software company founded by former Amazon Web Services gurus.
Oracle has issued an emergency patch for its Java software after a string of high-profile hacking incidents at companies including Apple, Facebook, Twitter, and Microsoft.
Google, Microsoft, Facebook, and Apple are not just engines of technological innovation in America ... they're also the path to Forbes' World's Billionaires list. But there is a little catch -- you gotta be a man.
Larry Ellison buys Hawaiian inter-island airline Island Air.
Editor's Pick Fifty tech companies, including Microsoft, Apple, and Google, are avoiding paying $225 billion in taxes by sheltering their assets overseas, according to a new report in the Bay Citizen. Is this "capitalism" in the words of Google's Eric Schmidt, or does it hurt ordinary Americans?
Facebook was hacked last month, though it promises no user data was compromised.
Oracle yet again shows its willingness to buy tech rather than create it.
Only one day after Oracle fixed a highly-publicized hole in Java, a new zero-day attack surfaced on online hacker forums. The zero-day owner says the exploit will be released to the highest bidder.
The Department of Homeland Security says, despite Oracle's recent Java patch, that you should keep Java disabled to "mitigate other Java vulnerabilities that may be discovered in the future."
Oracle patches a hole in Java 7 that allowed hackers to hijack computers for botnets. The fix comes after a warning from the Department of Homeland Security.
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security believes you shouldn't be using Java until an update has been issued to fix a dangerous hole.