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New Oracle database embraces a people-less future
Oracle, Chairman and CTO, Larry Ellison yesterday introduced the latest version of their database technologies.
Intel: Autonomous driving will spark new 'space race' worth $7 Trillion
Intel says companies need to wake up to the opportunity stream that will emerge when cars become the most powerful mobile data generating devices.
More Tesla crashes muddy Autopilot's waters: Are drivers just too careless?
Another Tesla crash has prompted more calls about the controversial Autopilot system to be renamed after Model X crashed in Pennsylvania.
Fatal "autopilot" car crash puts Tesla's life on the line
Tesla speaks out about the first fatal self-driving car crash. What's wrong with Tesla? Is it the tech or is it breeding over-reliant drivers?
Self-driving cars: Great for safety, but they'll lose the insurance industry $20 billion
The new self-driving cars will be good for road safety, but will hurt the vehicle insurance industry, cutting US$20 billion from insurance premiums.
Autonomy, Big Data and a fight HP can’t win
Did HP take too generous a serving of the Big Data Kool-Aid too soon?
OneNet unveils HP Autonomy LiveVault Partner tools
Solution offers rich data visualisation through dashboards, API’s for billing and reporting, as well as an automated "closing engine" for converting trials to paying customers.
HP declares regular dividend
Board of directors declare regular cash dividend of 13.2 cents per share on the company's common stock.
HP confirms Autonomy layoffs
Memo says new directions are coming for the acquired company, including a boost to research and development spending.
HP hits back over Autonomy accusations
Computer giant responds to Mike Lynch's open letter to the company's board of directors rejecting all "allegations of impropriety."
Autonomy: HP allegations don’t add up
Former Autonomy boss rejects claims of dodgy accounting by Hewlett-Packard.
HP remains 100% committed to Autonomy products
CEO Meg Whitman moves to reassure customers following an alleged accounting scandal.