Update: The merger of T-Mobile and MetroPCS is set to happen. The business models and network technologies don't match, but the problems are fixable and the end-result could be good for both T-Mobile and MetroPCS, definitely for Deutsche Telekom and even for Sprint.
At Oracle Open World, CEO Ellison lays on the rhetoric that Oracle's approach is safer than Salesforce.com's. Oracle customers will find his new cloud vision has a familiar bundle of enterprise software at its core.
Updated: Microsoft and Intel might be sniping at each other now, but we can still look forward to an on-time delivery of Clover Trail-equipped Windows 8 tablets with the same great battery life as the ARM-equipped iPad.
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