Archives: September 2013

Oracle's in-memory database: Ripe for the picking by open source

September 23, 2013
Though snazzy and 'ungodly' fast, Oracle's in-memory database will inevitably give way to open source implementations
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Apple sells record 9 million iPhones, blowing past expectations

September 23, 2013
Despite reports of manufacturing glitches severely hampering sales, Apple sells nearly twice as many new iPhones as a year ago
iPhone, iOS, Apple
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Oracle claims Java SE, ME convergence is boon for developers

September 23, 2013
There's a stronger focus on Java use in embedded systems, plus praise for improving Java 8 via Project Lambda
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Why the gold iPhone sold out so fast

September 20, 2013
It really is about appearances
iPhone
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Microsoft's ambitions for Windows RT revealed: Phablets

September 20, 2013
The larger-than-a-smartphone, smaller-than-a-tablet market proved a boon for Samsung; looks like Microsoft wants to ride that wave too
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Patch Monday: A way to avoid more Microsoft Automatic Update fiascos

September 20, 2013
With a dozen Automatic Updates re-issued this month alone, it's time for Microsoft to re-imagine its botched patching process
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Coming to a business near you: 3D printing

September 20, 2013
The technology for building prototypes and small items is taking off, and it could have a big impact on enterprises
Printers
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Canonical pursues Android users with Ubuntu Touch

September 20, 2013
Ubuntu Edge smartphone didn't pan out, but Canonical could still create a user base out of millions of Android ROM fans
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Never mind the iPhone, here's iOS 7

September 20, 2013
What a difference a week makes -- after the tepid reception to the iPhone 5s and 5c, Apple makes waves with iOS 7
iOS, Apple
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Microsoft's deal with AT&T shows the new path for cloud partnerships

September 19, 2013
Telcos offer new avenues of opportunity as big cloud vendors look for novel alliances
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