Late News: Internet Giants Celebrate IPv6 Day, JDeveloper 11g Released, Oracle-Google Lawsuit

Internet giants will celebrate IPv6 Day today by moving their platforms to the new internet protocol for the next 24 hours. The world has almost run out of the old IPv4 addresses and technology giants have taken on themselves to urge websites to move to the new protocol as soon as possible.

Oracle has released the JDeveloper 11g Release 2 integrated developer environment (IDE) that focuses on making it easier for developers to create Java-based Oracle application. According to the company, the Release 2 version of the platform also updates the Oracle Application Development Framework (ADF) 11g which simplifies the entire development experience.

Several big technology and venture capital firms have asked the Federal Communications Commission to approve AT&T’s proposed acquisition of T-Mobile USA. According to an article on The New York Times, the companies have urged the FCC and the US Department of Justice to allow AT&T to acquire the carrier.

Data storage specialist Fusion-io’s recent success in the market has excited investors about the future of flash storage services for enterprises. Fusion-io will be listed from the coming Thursday on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol FIO, a move that it hopes will raise $185 million in capital.

Oracle is looking to take every penny Google has made from mobile advertising on its Android platform. Back in August Oracle filed a lawsuit against Google for infringing on seven Java patents held by Oracle in its Android platform. Everyone knew that Oracle had made massive claims in the lawsuit, but it was not clear exact what Oracle wanted Google to pay.