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Wall Street Beat: Despite Oracle earnings miss, software appears healthy

Adobe blows away expectations, Tibco banks on Big Data, and there's more good news for the smartphone market

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Oracle buys LiveLOOK for co-browsing technology

The deal follows Salesforce.com's rollout of SOS, a help feature inspired by Amazon's Mayday

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Oracle claims second-largest SaaS vendor title, while Q4 profits slip

Oracle's hardware business showed a slight gain in the quarter

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Unit4 plots growth plans with cloud ERP and mobile apps

The company will emphasize development around its Agresso cloud ERP software

Supreme Court ruling throws roadblock in the way of software patents

The court's ruling could make it more difficult to patent some types of software in the future

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How to edit PDFs in Microsoft Word

For light PDF users, everything you need is in a tool you use every day.

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Oregon closer to suing Oracle over Obamacare website woes

The state is playing the blame game, according to Oracle

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Red Hat adds to OpenStack expertise with eNovance buy

The cloud integration company could contribute considerable OpenStack talent to Red Hat

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Report: Oracle in talks to buy hospitality tech vendor Micros for more than $5 billion

Micros' products would likely be aligned with Oracle's sales, marketing and support software lines

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CA gets into cloud management of IT services

CA Cloud Service Management provides a central location to manage an organization's use of external cloud services

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Salesforce takes a shot at Zendesk, Freshdesk with Desk.com upgrade

Desk.com customers can 'grow' along with Salesforce.com, unlike rivals, according to an executive

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Report: Nuance may be in sales talks with Samsung and others

Nuance, a company rich in advanced digital assistant and speech recognition technology but poor in profits, has reportedly been looking for a buyer, according to the Wall Street Journal.

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Attensity Q makes it easier for businesses to drink from the Twitter firehose

But social media monitoring's value has limitations, according to one analyst