Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 8th Nov 2011 17:25 UTC
Oracle and SUN Now that Hewlett-Packard appears to be a little tipsy, not really knowing where it is and what it's doing, Reuters is reporting that the company is working on selling its webOS operating system. HP acquired webOS as part of its purchase of Palm, made a big fuss about the whole thing, and then let it fizzle out. The company rumoured buy webOS? Oracle.
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RE: Comment by arpan
by Thom_Holwerda on Tue 8th Nov 2011 19:26 UTC in reply to "Comment by arpan"
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[quote] Well, Oracle has close ties to Apple, since Oracle's CEO, Larry Ellison, was one of Steve Jobs' closest friends. This explains - in large part - Oracle's interest in suing Google over Android's use of Java technologies.[/quote]

Riiiight.

It couldn't possibly be because Oracle stands to make a pile of money if they win the case. And it of course could have nothing to do with Sun highlighting the opportunity to sue Google & Android when selling their company.

No, of course that's too outrageous. The most obvious answer is "it's a conspiracy."


Sun was not a sue-happy company. It wasn't in their DNA.

The attacks on Android came all at once: Microsoft, Oracle, and Apple. Three companies with extremely close, long-lasting ties to one another. This is not conspiracy-thinking - it's common sense. Everybody with more than two braincells to rub together has already figured this one out.

What's more likely - three large companies with strong ties to one another attacking Android all at once *by accident*, or *by plan*?

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