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Oracle Promises Sun Customers, But Not About MySQL

Oracle has much to say to Sun customers in a front-page advertisement it placed in Thursday's European edition of The Wall Street Journal. The advertisement commits to greater investments in Sun hardware and Solaris software, but has absolutely nothing to say about MySQL.
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Group of Microsoft Rivals Nears Patent Deal in Bid to Protect Linux

Microsoft Corp. has suggested in recent years that companies using the Linux computer-operating system might be violating Microsoft patents. Now, in an effort to avert any legal threat that might discourage the adoption of Linux, a group of Microsoft rivals is about to acquire a set of patents formerly owned by the software giant.

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Corporate Ubuntu Linux Users Now Have Premium Support Offerings at Their Fingertips

After many months of growing requests by corporate users, Ubuntu Linux is now offering a new high-level support plan to large corporations to better serve their employees who use Ubuntu Linux for their work.

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EU Fears Oracle will Kill MySQL, But is That Even Possible?

When the European Commission isn't occupied with important duties such as regulating banana curvature, it likes to turn its attention to large companies with significant market share.
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Open Source No Defense Against Brain Drain

Which is worse: losing a visionary, or losing the people who make visions possible? The ongoing drama of Sun's acquisition by Oracle may tell us.
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