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Oracle delivers PRISM for business in the shape of cloud-based Data as a Service

Oracle offers to deliver cleaned-up data gathered from numerous sources to drive business decision making


Oracle buys big data marketing firm BlueKai in cloud software push

IT giant looks to appease data-hungry marketers with latest purchase

IBM logo in black with white text

IBM buying spree continues with Xtify purchase for mobile marketing

Firm aims to boost mobile marketing technology offerings

ICO fines energy firm £45,000 over nuisance marketing calls

Manchester-based energy firm is the latest to feel commissioner's wrath

Facebook rides 54 percent increase in mobile users to top revenue projections

Facebook sees increase in revenue following major mobile push last year

Twitter needs two-factor authentication

The micro-blogging site needs stronger security features and it looks as though it may be coming

Dropbox re-brands for enterprise and adds single sign-on

'Dropbox for Teams' gets re-titled 'Dropbox for Business'

Facebook attempts to pacify Home privacy fears

Social network promises Android skin will not collect additional data

Facebook plays it safe with Home

Latest Facebook feature is a good, if anti-climatic, move

Facebook's Home Android skin heralded as a 'smart experiment'

Commentators see potential in social network maven's latest mobile offering

Huawei predicts US sales stall following government crackdown

The US lockout of Chinese tech firms is taking a toll on sales

Google to bring Glass to businesses

Search giant looking to extend augmented reality display programme to firms

Apple marketing chief slams Android over fragmentation

Fragmentation hurts even the best Android handsets, says Phil Schiller

Going green makes Salesforce warm and cosy for companies

Salesforce's 2012 Sustainability Report shows that going green is good news

Microsoft winning back "cool" status with young adults

Poll finds that the Surface tablet makes Microsoft look cool

The V3 Hot Seat: Myspace chief technology officer Fabrizio Blanco

Executive at Myspace talks about the challenges of reinventing the social network and his passion for cooking

FTC shuts down bogus news sites

Acai Berry weight-loss product evidently not endorsed by CNN

Microsoft attacks Gmail over targeted ads policy

Redmond takes aim at Google's privacy policy

Google buys e-commerce firm Channel Intelligence for $125m

Search giant splashes out to encourage others to shop

Commercial spots dominate online traffic on Super Bowl weekend

Candy and pop singers turn out to be most Googled searches from this years game

Google-beating patent troll targets Microsoft in search suit

Mark Cuban invested in firm takes patent fight to Microsoft

Cisco sells Linksys business to Belkin

Networking giant continues retreat from consumer markets

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