Oracle: News

26 May 2024

Elon Musk

Elon Musk plans supercomputer to power next-gen Grok AI chatbot

Elon Musk, the American entrepreneur and founder of artificial intelligence startup xAI, has unveiled plans to construct a supercomputer.

04 Dec 2020

Joker

#ComicBytes: The best members of the Bat-Family

How does Batman, a superhero with no apparent superpowers, manage to fight notorious villains in Gotham and the rest of the DC Universe?

30 Nov 2020

Batman

#ComicBytes: DC's best characters who don't have any superpowers

DC is a world of superhumans, celestial beings, gigantic events, and whatnot. But amidst these magical elements, some heroes are fighting the good fight without any superpowers.

13 Nov 2020

Batman

#ComicBytes: Cassandra Cain's intriguing and dangerous journey in DC

Cassandra Cain is one of the best combatants in the DC Universe, which makes her an important part of the Bat-Family.

20 Sep 2020

Donald Trump

End of TikTok's woes? Trump approves Oracle's bid for TikTok

TikTok finally appears to be finalizing a way to prevent itself from getting banned in the United States.

14 Sep 2020

TikTok

Oracle wins TikTok US bid, but not for 'full sale'

After months of discussions and complications, Chinese giant ByteDance is finalizing a deal for the US business of TikTok.

14 Sep 2020

TikTok

NewsBytes Briefing: TikTok US partners with Oracle, and more

Last night, multiple outlets reported that Chinese giant ByteDance has rejected Microsoft's purchase bid for TikTok and chosen Oracle as its 'technology partner' in the US.

16 May 2018

Australia

Google Australia under investigation for harvesting data from Android phones

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) and the country's Privacy Commissioner are investigating Google regarding claims that it collects user data from Android smartphones.

20 Sep 2016

San Francisco

Oracle's Ellison declares war on Amazon cloud

Larry Ellison, Oracle's executive chairman, at Oracle's annual customer conference in San Francisco, said that Amazon was Oracle's number one competitor when it came to cloud computing.