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Salesforce.com's CEO Marc Benioff rages against Oracle during his last-minute, rescheduled speech about "the social revolution."
Apple will unveil the next incarnation of the iPhone on its corporate campus in Cupertino, Calif., instead of in San Francisco, All Things Digital is reporting.
All eyes are on Apple to announce the next iPhone, and a new report says that'll happen on October 4. More on that, and the rest of this week's Apple news, in this week's edition.
The enterprise software heavyweight unveils the new collaboration and communication application at Oracle OpenWorld.
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.
Even in light of recent events, the Olympian remained a scheduled keynote speaker at IBM Pulse 2009. But he ended up canceling his appearance at the last minute.
Trade shows have long existed for reasons that have more to do with politics than quantifiable business value. Factor in expectations, politics, personal interaction--and out-of-office excuses.
Apple can reach its customers in more effective ways than trade shows. But there's no substitute for the human touch; how will Apple's leaders present its ideas in the future?
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.
At OpenWorld, CEO Larry Ellison unveils the company's first ever hardware product--a storage server to ride shotgun with database intelligence.