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An Oracle employee is said to have used his corporate AmEx card to run up a rather large sum on two consecutive nights at a San Francisco strip club. The company allegedly refused to honor the expense.
The database giant is expected to announce a deal to use the handset maker's growing stable of location-based services, The Wall Street Journal reports.
Google's executive chairman says Larry Ellison's claims that Android illegally uses Oracle code are "simply untrue" and calls for patent reform.
In the wake of leaks on the NSA's PRISM program, China considers investigating the tech companies to determine if their technologies are being used to spy on the country, reports Shanghai Securities News.
Oracle has everything to gain from the world shifting to Open Document Format, which makes its strategy of charging $9,000 for the ODF plug-in so bizarre.
After hackers attack a new flaw in Java, "Oracle decided to release a fix for this vulnerability and another closely related bug as soon as possible."