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Oracle's Beehive buzzes at OracleWorld

The enterprise software heavyweight unveils the new collaboration and communication application at Oracle OpenWorld.

By September 22, 2008


AMD's Ruiz dabbles in entertainment at OracleWorld

Rather than diving into the world of enterprise applications, the chipmaker's CEO chats with baseball and gaming execs, along with a few key partners.

By November 12, 2007


Oracle's Ellison nails cloud computing

Speaking at OracleWorld, CEO Larry Ellison says the computer industry is more fashion-driven than women's fashion and cloud computing is simply the latest fashion.

By September 26, 2008


OracleWorld hit with bomb scare

Responding to a bomb threat, software maker Oracle orders the evacuation of thousands of attendees at its OracleWorld conference in San Francisco.

By September 10, 2003


Oracle customers eye new acquisitions warily

Will Oracle take its eye off the ball? Customers attending OracleWorld this week are wondering.

By September 21, 2005


Week ahead: OracleWorld, after all

It's a busy week for Oracle, which gets its San Francisco conference underway and announces earnings within the space of days. Plus, Seybold Seminars melds media and technology.

By September 7, 2003


Intel CEO: Convergence still key to IT

The merging of the computing, communications and content industries will open doors for IT companies, Craig Barrett tells OracleWorld attendees.

By September 9, 2003


McNealy: Stop building jalopies

Sun CEO Scott McNealy chides thousands of gearheads gathered at OracleWorld for overengineering their companies' computer systems.

By September 9, 2003


Dell calls for blade server standards

Michael Dell, chief executive of the PC giant, takes the stage at the OracleWorld trade show, rallying for "a common blade architecture."

By September 8, 2003


Oracle lays out its worldview

Against the backdrop of its acquisition battle for PeopleSoft, the database software maker talks up its tech agenda at this week's OracleWorld conference. The main theme: grid computing.

By September 11, 2003