Ellison v Apotheker: the goading begins (Financial Times)
With less than a week to go until a court showdown between Oracle and SAP in Oakland, California, Larry Ellison has turned up the rhetorical heat. Richard Waters reports.
Gartner first to say the unsayable: the CSR means IT-based services will also suffer (CBR Rolling Blog)
The spending cuts represent a clear risk to IT-based services, according to Gartner. Gary Flood examines what this could mean.
Top 5 things I dislike about Windows Phone 7 (Crave)
In general, Microsoft got a lot of things right with Windows Phone 7, and it now has a solid foundation on which to build its mobile platform. However, it’s not all sunshine and roses, says Bonnie Cha.
Chinese Supercomputer likely to prompt unease in US (Wall Street Journal)
A newly built supercomputer in China appears poised to take the world performance lead, another sign of the country’s growing technological prowess that is likely to set off alarms about US competitiveness and national security, according to Don Clark.
What’s the street price of Twitter? Nearly $1.6bn (TechCrunch)
Michael Arrington looks at the potential stock price of social network Twitter, and whether that price is justified.