bobthesungeek76036 (2697689) writes "The first thing that came to my mind was "Duh!". I wondered how long it would take Apple to reconsider Steve Job's "perfect size" phone of 3.5". I guess the widely popular behemoths from Samsung has gotten Apple's attention..." Link to Original Source top
bobthesungeek76036 (2697689) writes "On March 26th, Larry Ellison and always with fashionable haircut John Fowler announced the new line of SPARC servers from Oracle. Touted as the fastest microprocessor in the world, they put up some impressive SPEC numbers against much more expensive (and older) IBM hardware. Is the industry still interested in SPARC or is it too late for Larry to regain the server market that Sun Microsystems had many moons ago?" Link to Original Source top
"So long as the specific code used to implement a method is different, anyone is free under the Copyright Act to write his or her own code to carry out exactly the same function or specification of any methods used in the Java API," Alsup wrote in his ruling. "It does not matter that the declaration or method header lines are identical. Duplication of the command structure is necessary for interoperability."
bobthesungeek76036 (2697689) writes "If you are a Solaris admin you know how much sunsolve.sun.com was missed after the Oracle buyout. Thomas Gouverneur resurrected it as wesunsolve.net and it lived on for around two years before Oracle killed it on September 10, 2012." Link to Original Source