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Intergraph® 2011 Australia Commences – PR Newswire (press release)
Intergraph® 2011 Australia Commences
PR Newswire (press release)
HUNTSVILLE, Ala., Aug. 21, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — Intergraph®, the leading global provider of engineering software, will open Intergraph 2011 Australiaon August 22 in Adelaide, Australia, bringing together the country's top businesses and organisations

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Software Is Eating All the Jobs Too – Washington Post

Digitaltrends.com
Software Is Eating All the Jobs Too
Washington Post
By TechCrunch.com, A few months ago I was giving a talk in my hometown of Memphis, TN, and someone asked what the city could do to ignite more entrepreneurship in among inner city kids. My immediate answer was teach coding– even basic app building
Software Is Eating All the Jobs TooTechCrunch

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Software patents: foolish business – The Guardian

The Guardian
Software patents: foolish business
The Guardian
Most people understand the origins and rationale of ordinary industrial patents. They give, say, a pharmaceutical company which has spent a fortune developing a new drug a window to profit from its investment before the rest of the world can make
Smartphone patent wars heat up: Microsoft v. MotorolaWashington Post (blog)
Motorola's Value for Google Found in 18 Patents Used Against Apple: TechBloomberg
HP drops webOS: What lies ahead?Hindustan Times
Wall Street Journal -NDTV.com
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Software patents: foolish business – The Guardian

Sydney Morning Herald
Software patents: foolish business
The Guardian
Most people understand the origins and rationale of ordinary industrial patents. They give, say, a pharmaceutical company which has spent a fortune developing a new drug a window to profit from its investment before the rest of the world can make
It's Clear Why Software Patents Need to DisappearPCWorld
[Editorial] Shift to softwareThe Korea Herald
Google Buying Motorola Mobility For $12.5 BillionInformationWeek
The Drum -New York Times -CNET
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In rebuilding effort, GTSI boosts software, database businesses – Washington Post
In rebuilding effort, GTSI boosts software, database businesses
Washington Post
NIKKI KAHN/THE WASHINGTON POST – The Herndon contractor said it has already paid $1.7 million in legal fees and cut staff to address SBA concerns. By Marjorie Censer, Herndon-based GTSI, seeking to recover from its Small Business Administration

Autonomy chief against guarding British firms from foreign predators – The Guardian

Financial Times
Autonomy chief against guarding British firms from foreign predators
The Guardian
Mike Lynch, Autonomy chief, believes protection for British firms is unnecessary, although he wants a level playing field. Photograph Matt LLoyd/Rex Features The US multinational's swoop on Britain's largest software maker has sparked a fresh row over
Autonomy boss rejects protectionScotsman
Autonomy buy could make HP an Oracle takeover targetNew York Post
HP acquires UK software firm for £7.1bnPC Advisor
The Independent -Telegraph.co.uk
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Autonomy chief against guarding British firms from foreign predators – The Guardian

The Guardian
Autonomy chief against guarding British firms from foreign predators
The Guardian
Mike Lynch, Autonomy chief, believes protection for British firms is unnecessary, although he wants a level playing field. Photograph Matt LLoyd/Rex Features The US multinational's swoop on Britain's largest software maker has sparked a fresh row over
Autonomy boss rejects protectionScotsman
Autonomy buy could make HP an Oracle takeover targetNew York Post
Why HP Wants Autonomy: Math SkillsMIT Technology Review
PC Advisor -Telegraph.co.uk -The Independent
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ASA Search and Rescue Software Used to Locate 5 Crewmembers off Irish Coast – TheDay.com
ASA Search and Rescue Software Used to Locate 5 Crewmembers off Irish Coast
TheDay.com
South Kingstown, RI – August 18, 2011 – SARMAP, a search and rescue mapping software solution developed by ASA (Applied Science Associates, Inc.), a Rhode Island-based science and technology solutions company, was instrumental in the efforts to locate

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HP Strategy Faces Immense Challenges, Oracle, IBM – eWeek

San Francisco Examiner
HP Strategy Faces Immense Challenges, Oracle, IBM
eWeek
Hewlett-Packard's new services-and-software strategy will place it on a collision course with Oracle, IBM, Microsoft and other heavy hitters. Hewlett-Packard's shocking one-two punch—that it would discontinue making its webOS mobile devices,
Summary Box: HP snaps up business software maker Autonomy for $10 billionWashington Post
Why HP needs to merge with SAPVentureBeat
Six reasons why HP's IBM moment will prove elusiveZDNet (blog)

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Bain snatches MYOB from weakened Sage – Sydney Morning Herald

The Age
Bain snatches MYOB from weakened Sage
Sydney Morning Herald
A LATE twist in the bidding war for accounting software provider MYOB has seen the US private equity fund Bain Capital prevail in a $1.2 billion deal. Sage Group, a British-listed software provider, had been leading a pack of rival bidders – including
ASIA PRIVATE EQUITY WEEKLY NEWS, AUGUST 22, 2011Reuters
MYOB claims $1.2bn sale will benefit customersStartupSmart
Bain pips Sage at the post to buy MYOB for $1.2bnThe Australian
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