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Oracle has a crack at ending the idea of employees

Oracle is making all the right noises ahead of Mobile World Congress with an aggressive expansion in data centre assets, a virtual assistant and a broader offering across its autonomous product portfolio.

BMW steps up ride sharing vision

Over the last six years, BMW has been teaming up with car rental company Sixt to launch car sharing service DriveNow, but now it’s going solo after buying its former partner out.

Amazon and Google make loads more money

Another quarter has passed for the internet barnstormers and once again we are writing about how much money they have made. This time there is a bit of a twist, investors are disappointed with one of them…

Intel’s Krzanich does this best duck impression

Intel might be fighting back the flames of the Spectre and Meltdown security flaws, but CEO Brian Krzanich has done his best to put on a calm front for investors during the latest earnings call.

Thumbs up for Telefonica tests on T-SDN

Telefonica and Huawei have completed lab tests on a T-SDN (Transport Software-Defined Network) solution, which will help the telco plan, manage, monitor and diagnose its photonic mesh.

Atos beaten to Gemalto prize by Thales

Atos’ unsolicited €4.3 billion attempt to acquire Gemalto is now nothing more than a footnote as Thales swoops in with an additional €500 million to tempt Gemalto into signing the dotted line.

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