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Hewlett-Packard close to settling shareholder lawsuit over Autonomy

The lawsuit centers on accounting irregularities that led to an $8.8 billion writeoff

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IT spending growth to be slower than expected in 2014 due to pricing pressure, Gartner says

Enterprise software revenue will see the most growth, at 6.9 percent, according to the research firm

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Mark Hurd lays out Oracle's cloud progress, plan to be number one

Hurd presented Oracle's cloud strategy and progress to analysts this week

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Oracle fortifies integration suite for mobile work

Oracle SOA Suite 12c now supports the JSON and REST formats, and updates FTP management

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Salesforce.com, Philips join forces for health care IT

Philips has developed two health care monitoring applications on Salesforce.com's platform, with more to come

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Owler uses crowdsourcing for competitive intelligence

Owler delivers curated news and company profiles to mobile devices

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Why Oracle thinks Micros is worth $5.3 billion

Big data, big revenue and big changes in retail and hospitality drove Oracle's move to acquire Micros

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Android developers craving new tools, hardware at Google I/O

The conference kicks off in San Francisco on Wednesday

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Oracle says Oregon governor spiked Obamacare site for political reasons

Oregon and Oracle are likely headed to a battle in court over Cover Oregon

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ISC: Cray makes Lustre palatable for storage administrators

Cray folds the ornery Lustre into its tiered storage management software

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Oracle buying Micros for $5.3 billion

The deal will give Oracle major penetration into the retail and hospitality industries

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Prisoners freed after cops struggle with new records software

Officers didn't get enough training on the new system, which went live June 1, according to Dallas's police chief

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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