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Oracle Hospitality Announces an Exclusive Limited-Time Integration Promotion for Nor1 Products

The Oracle Hospitality OPERA Exchange Interface Two Way ("OXI") is now available at no cost exclusively for hotels currently using OPERA PMS and are also first-time purchasers of Oracle's Nor1 eXpress Upgrade or Oracle's Nor1 CheckIn Merchandising ("Nor1 Products") who purchase such Nor1 Products by May 31, 2021. As part of this exclusive promotion, Oracle will waive the OXI license and support fees. Installation fees for OXI are not included in this promotion.

10 things in tech you need to know today

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg in Washington DC on Oct. 23, 2019. Andrew Harnik/AP Good morning and welcome to 10 Things in Tech. If this was forwarded to you, sign up here.Let's get started.1. Researchers warned for years about the possibility of phone numbers being scraped en masse from Facebook. Insider spoke to security researchers and reviewed academic literature that showed a Facebook that was repeatedly cautioned as early as 2012 about the risks of data-scraping via its various pho...
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Inside Larry Ellison's new $80 million Palm Beach mansion, which sits in a high-security gated community and has 520 feet of ocean frontage

Tech billionaire Larry Ellison has paid $80 million for a 15,000-square-foot beachfront mansion in Palm Beach, Florida. Douglas Elliman Oracle cofounder Larry Ellison just bought an $80 million oceanfront mansion in Palm Beach, Florida. The 15,000-square-foot home has seven bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, a home theater, and a swimming pool. The estate sits on more than seven acres and has 520 feet of prime ocean frontage. See more stories on Insider's business page. Tech billionaire Larry...
Tags: Real Estate, Tech Insider, Features, Larry Ellison, Oracle, Palm Beach, Mansion, Billionaires

A ‘more honest’ stock market

Hello friends, and welcome back to Week in Review! Last week, I talked about Clubhouse’s slowing user growth. Well, this week news broke that they had been in talks with Twitter for a $4 billion acquisition, so it looks like they’re still pretty desirable. This week, I’m talking about a story I published a couple days ago that highlights pretty much everything that’s wild about the alternative asset world right now. If you’re reading this on the TechCrunch site, you can get this in your inbox fr...
Tags: Blockchain, Cryptocurrency, TC, Alabama, Amazon, App Annie, Apple, Bessemer, Bluetooth, Bluetooth Speaker, Christie's, Coinbase, E-commerce, Extra Crunch, Gamestop, Google

It's smackdown season in techland

Hello, and welcome to this week's edition of the Insider Tech newsletter, where we break down the biggest news in tech, including:Facebook's latest user privacy fiascoSnowflake and Databricks are on a collision courseThe $300 face mask for your cyborg makeover Did someone forward this newsletter to you? Sign up here. Soundtrack: This week's newsletter has been specially designed to be consumed while listening to Blue Öyster Cult's "Godzilla" This week: It's smackdown season i...
Tags: Apple, Google, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Spacex, Elon Musk, Enterprise, China, US, Newsletter, Trends, Beijing, Tim Cook, Silicon Valley, Warner Bros, KKR

Supreme Court Allows Auto Aftermarket to Access APIs

The Supreme Court ruled on April 5th in the Google v. Oracle case, a copyright dispute over software. Their decision was that application program interfaces (API) are fair use in building compatible components. A Federal Circuit Court originally decided Google v. Oracle. A software copyright had been violated. Google copied Oracle’s API code for programs to operate […] The post Supreme Court Allows Auto Aftermarket to Access APIs appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: Google, Technology, Jobs, Supreme Court, Government, Maintenance, Industry, Trade, Autos, Law And Order, Suppliers, Oracle, News Blog, Auto Care Association, Federal Circuit Court, Right To Repair

New York's wealthiest residents are considering fleeing to Florida ahead of income-tax hikes in the state, according to a report

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo. AP Some businesses and executives are considering leaving New York to avoid tax hikes, CNBC reported. On Thursday, Cuomo unveiled proposals to hike up income taxes in the state. Miami's mayor said he'd already spoken to some of New York's biggest firms about moving to Florida. See more stories on Insider's business page. New York's mega-millionaires are set to start paying the nation's highest income-tax rates, and some are already co...
Tags: Elon Musk, Florida, Politics, New York, Texas, California, White House, New York City, US, Trends, Economy, Policy, Income Tax, Miami, Silicon Valley, Andrew Cuomo

6 VCs talk the future of Austin’s exploding startup ecosystem

For years now, a growing number of tech companies — large and small — have either relocated their headquarters to Austin or opened another office or campus in the Texas capital. They’ve been drawn to the city for a number of factors, including its laid-back lifestyle, no state tax, a business-friendly environment and lower cost of living (for now). The impact on the city’s startup ecosystem is noticeable in the growing number of entrepreneurs (many of whom worked at some of the tech giants who h...
Tags: Startups, TC, New York, Texas, Boston, Tesla, Engineer, Austin, Silicon Valley, Smith, Oracle, Bay Area, Dan Graham, Baer, Silverton, S3 Ventures

Oracle billionaire Larry Ellison just dropped $80 million on a Palm Beach mansion, 4 months after he said he'd moved to Hawaii

A Google Maps satellite view of Ellison's new mansion. Google Maps Larry Ellison just paid $80 million for an oceanfront mansion in Palm Beach, Florida, per the WSJ. The Tuscan-style home spans more than 15,000 square feet and has 520 feet of ocean frontage. The Oracle cofounder told his employees in December that he'd moved to Lanai, the Hawaiian island he owns. See more stories on Insider's business page. Palm Beach has gained yet another billionaire resident. Oracle cofound...
Tags: Google, Japan, Florida, Real Estate, California, San Francisco, Trends, Hawaii, Billionaires, Larry Ellison, Lake Tahoe, Google Maps, Ellison, Oracle, Malibu, Lanai

Google Copyright Case Appears to Have Little Hollywood Impact

Hollywood would not exist without copyright law. So when the Supreme Court took up what was billed as the “copyright case of the century” — the multibillion-dollar fight between Google and Oracle — the Hollywood trade groups rushed to the barricades. The Motion Picture Association joined with other pro-copyright organizations in support of Oracle, which […]
Tags: Google, Hollywood, News, Supreme Court, Oracle, Motion Picture Association, Hollywood Impact

South Africa's state-owned energy firm to appeal after court rules Oracle does not have to support its software

Eskom disputes results of Big Red audit South African electric utility Eskom is set to appeal against a court decision that refused to force Oracle to support software used by the firm while a licensing and payment dispute is settled.…
Tags: Software, South Africa, Oracle, Eskom

The 15 best places to work in Austin, according to local employees

H-E-B is one of the best places to work in Austin, Texas, according to Comparably's latest ranking. Courtesy of Comparably If you are considering working in Austin, Texas, you may be interested in one of these top-rated companies. Comparably used ratings from greater Austin employees to rank the best workplaces in the metro area. The following are the top 15 companies, and the full Comparably list by city can be found here. See more stories on Insider's business page. 15. NXP...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Careers, Trends, Features, Austin, Oracle, Austin Texas, Best Companies, Comparably, Seattle Los Angeles, Madison Hoff, NXP Semiconductors Courtesy of Comparably Industry, SemiconductorsEmployee, Amazon Courtesy of Comparably Industry, IBM Courtesy of Comparably Industry

Justices validate Google’s use of Java platform in Android software code

Monday’s decision in Google v. Oracle reminds us that occasionally the Supreme Court can take a big case and actually decide it! So many of the intellectual-property cases that reach the justices reflect minor circuit conflicts of largely technical interest or end up with a decision so narrow as to contribute little to the development of the law. Google is not that kind of decision. Justice Stephen Breyer’s opinion for a 6-2 majority decisively rejects Oracle’s challenge to Google’s use of comp...
Tags: Google, Featured, Supreme Court, Law, Ford, Java, Oracle, Sun Microsystems, Roy Orbison, Richard Nixon, Stephen Breyer, Breyer, Android Google, Clarence Thomas, Samuel Alito, Gerald Ford

Software Innovation Prevails in Landmark Supreme Court Ruling in Google v. Oracle

In an important victory for software developers, the Supreme Court ruled today that reimplementing an API is fair use under US copyright law. The Court’s reasoning should apply to all …
Tags: Google, Supreme Court, Court, US, Linux, Oracle

Google v. Oracle and the Mixed Question of Law and Fact

by Dennis Crouch In Google LLC v. Oracle Am., Inc., 593 U. S. ____  (2021), the Supreme Court spends a few pages walking through procedural aspects of the fair use defense. Like many patent law doctrines, fair use is a mixed question of law and fact. The defendant’s use of the asserted copyrighted work and its impact on the plaintiff are typically factual issues that must be proven by evidence as weighed by the factfinder (often a jury). These are questions such as “how much of the copyrighted w...
Tags: Google, Supreme Court, Law, Court, Village, Amd, Oracle, Patent, U S Bank, Federal Circuit, FRCP, Dennis Crouch, Markman, Oracle Am Inc, Westview Instruments Inc, Google LLC

Google V. Oracle: Sanity Prevails At The Supreme Court

Yesterday, the United States Supreme Court ruled that Google’s usage of Java APIs was legal, and the US IT industry breathed a sigh of relief. At issue was Google writing its own implementation of the Java language, which happened to use the same APIs as Oracle’s Java SE. The Supreme Court’s Decision What exactly did […]
Tags: Google, Supreme Court, Marketing, US, Innovation, Oracle, United States Supreme Court, Application Development & Delivery, APIs & API management

Morning Docket: 04.06.21

* A new lawsuit alleges that a radio personality's "rabid" fans forced a Florida man to leave the Sunshine State. Maybe the plaintiff was just a "snow bird"... [Tampa Bay Times] * The highest-paid lawyers at Viacom/CBS were paid $12.7 million last year. [Bloomberg Law] * The Supreme Court handed Google a win over Oracle in a longstanding copyright dispute. Maybe the justices just hate using Bing... [CNN] * Harvey Weinstein has filed an appeal of his criminal conviction. [Fox News] * A grou...
Tags: Google, Florida, Supreme Court, Law, Harvey Weinstein, Cbs, Fox News, The Rock, Bing, Oracle, Viacom, Wwe, Viacom CBS, Tampa Bay Times, Morning Docket, Bloomberg Law

GOP politicians push back against brands over voting rights: Tuesday Wake-Up Call

Welcome to Ad Age’s Wake-Up Call, our daily roundup of advertising, marketing, media and digital news. If you're reading this online or in a forwarded email, here's the link to sign up for our Wake-Up Call newsletters. Georgia on my mind Republican lawmakers are pushing back against companies that are calling out new voting restrictions passed by the Georgia state legislature. Last week, Major League Baseball announced it would move the 2021 All-Star Game out of the state, while execs at Del...
Tags: Google, Facebook, New York, Supreme Court, Senate, Boston, Advertising, Georgia, Gop, Mitch McConnell, Republican, Cleveland, Major League Baseball, Oracle, Red Sox, WPP

After its first $54M fund, Algebra Ventures launches $90M fund for startups in Egypt

The venture capital scene in the North African tech ecosystem will be absolutely buzzing right now with the announcement of two large VC funds in the space of two days . Today, Algebra Ventures, an Egyptian VC firm, announced that it has launched its $90 million second fund . Four years ago, Algebra Ventures closed its first fund of $54 million, and with this announcement, the firm hopes to have raised a total of $144 million when the second fund closes (with first close by Q3 2021). ...
Tags: Africa, Tech, Cisco, Mit, Egypt, Oracle, Carnegie Mellon University, Bay Area, Mena, North Africa, Hussein, Tarek, Partech, Trella, Algebra, Karim Hussein

The morning read for Tuesday, April 6

Each weekday, we select a short list of news articles, commentary, and other noteworthy links related to the Supreme Court. To suggest a piece for us to consider, email us at [email protected] Here’s the Tuesday morning read: Supreme Court Hands Google A Win Over Oracle In Multibillion-Dollar Case (Nina Totenberg, NPR) U.S. Supreme Court backs Google over Oracle in major copyright case (Andrew Chung, Reuters) Supreme Court vacates ruling barring Trump from blocking Twitter critics, sayi...
Tags: Google, Supreme Court, Law, Oracle, Trump, Round-up, Robert Barnes, Nina Totenberg, John Fritze, Supreme Court Hands Google, NPR U S Supreme Court, Andrew Chung Reuters Supreme Court, Washington Post Gorsuch Alito, Supreme Court Adam Liptak The New York Times

Google v. Oracle case

The Supreme Court has handed Google a win in a decade-old case in software development, holding that the technology giant did not commit copyright infringement against Oracle when it copied snippets of programming language to build its Android operating system.
Tags: Google, News, Supreme Court, Middle East, Oracle

Victory for Fair Use: The Supreme Court Reverses the Federal Circuit in Oracle v. Google

In a win for innovation, the U.S. Supreme Court has held that Google’s use of certain Java Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) is...
Tags: Google, Oracle, U S Supreme Court, Supreme Court Reverses the Federal Circuit

Daily Crunch: The Supreme Court sides with Google in Oracle suit

The Supreme Court announces several tech-related rulings, LG will shut down its smartphone business and we take a deep dive into the story of StockX. This is your Daily Crunch for April 5, 2021. The big story: The Supreme Court sides with Google in Oracle suit The U.S. Supreme Court announced a couple of tech-related rulings today. In one, it overturned Oracle’s victory in its copyright battle with Google, which would have otherwise required Google to pay Oracle $8 billion for incorporating piec...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Facebook, Supreme Court, China, India, US, Tech, Policy, Lg, EC, Donald Trump, Detroit, Oracle, Emarketer, U S Supreme Court

Peter Rice takes charge at ABC News

Hi and welcome to Insider Advertising for April 6. I'm senior advertising reporter Lauren Johnson, and here's what's going on:Peter Rice takes charge at ABC News.Brands blast Georgia voting law.Apple takes a jab at Facebook.If this email was forwarded to you, sign up here for your daily insider's guide to advertising and media.Tips, comments, suggestions? Drop me a line at [email protected] or on Twitter at @LaurenJohnson. Peter Rice. Allen Berezovsky/WireImage Disn...
Tags: Apple, Google, Facebook, Home Depot, Cook, Coca-cola, Media, Supreme Court, Advertising, Disney, Newsletter, Trends, Atlanta, Georgia, New York Times, Tim Cook

Google’s Supreme Court victory over Oracle hailed as ‘fantastic’ for small companies

The Supreme Court on Monday sided with Google in a $9 billion copyright fight against Oracle over software in billions of Android...
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The Supreme Court sided with Google in its epic copyright fight against Oracle

The highest court in the land has a lot to say about tech this week. The Supreme Court weighed in on Google’s long legal battle with Oracle on Monday, overturning a prior victory for the latter company that could have resulted in an $8 billion award. In a 6-2 decision, the court ruled that Google didn’t break copyright laws when it incorporated pieces of Oracle’s Java software language into its own mobile operating system. Google copied Oracle’s code for Java APIs for Android, and the case kicke...
Tags: Google, TC, Lawsuit, Supreme Court, Government, Tech, Oracle, Stephen Breyer, Breyer, Clarence Thomas, Samuel Alito, Kent Walker

Supreme Courts Sides With Google in Historic API Copyright Fight Against Oracle

The U.S. Supreme Court has sided with Google over Oracle in one of the highest-profile copyright disputes to ever hit Silicon Valley. Read more...
Tags: Google, Android, Science, Technology, Computing, Java, Api, Transformation, Programming Languages, Fair Use, Donald Trump, Oracle, Sun Microsystems, Oracle Corporation, U S Supreme Court, Stephen Breyer

Supreme Court Sides With Google in Historic API Copyright Fight Against Oracle

The U.S. Supreme Court has sided with Google over Oracle in one of the highest-profile copyright disputes to ever hit Silicon Valley. Read more...
Tags: Google, Android, Science, Technology, Supreme Court, Computing, Java, Api, Transformation, Programming Languages, Fair Use, Donald Trump, Oracle, Sun Microsystems, Oracle Corporation, U S Supreme Court

Google v Oracle: Supreme Court declares Google's code copying fair

The US Supreme Court has handed Google a major win in a decade-long battle over copied code.
Tags: Google, News, Supreme Court, Oracle, US supreme court

Google extends its 5-day streak to 10% after US Supreme Court hands the tech giant victory in $9 billion battle with Oracle

Sundar Pichai, Alphabet CEO. Carsten Koall/Getty Images Google extended its 5-day streak to 10% on Monday after a big legal victory over Oracle. Oracle accused Google of stealing code to make its Android operating system compatible with Java software. The US Supreme Court's 6-2 majority decision in favor of Google ends a more than decade-long legal battle. Sign up here for our daily newsletter, 10 Things Before the Opening Bell. Google stock extended its five-day streak to roughly 10% ...
Tags: Google, Court, Trends, Oracle, US supreme court, John Krafcik, UC San Diego, Clarence Thomas, Samuel Alito, Federal Circuit, Arun Kumar, Kent Walker, Waymo, Today s Supreme Court, Oracle Oracle, Will Daniel