Late News: Oracle Promotes Private Clouds, Technician Caught Installing Spy Software, Lady Gets Facebook Friends Tattooed

Oracle has released new hardware and software solutions that allow clients to deploy private cloud-computing environments within their organisation. The Oracle Optimised Solution for Enterprise Cloud Infrastructure comes with a combination of blade servers, operating system and storage appliances. The new line-up will allow clients to implement internal infrastructure-as-a-service clouds

Apple disappointed its fans by not revealing the fifth-generation iPhone at WWDC 2011 but it did introduce them to iOS 5 which is a major upgrade offering some level of compensation. The upcoming iOS 5 brings many improvements that will allow Apple to outrun the competition once again. Due to the revamped features and enhanced user-experience, iOS 5 users will feel their devices have been taken to the next level.

Dell has released a new line of data management products that are aimed at establishing it as a dominant player in the data centre market. The products, which were announced during the Dell Storage Forum in Orlando, are based on the acquisitions the company has made in the recent past.

A Los Angeles technician has been caught installing spy software on his clients' Macs allowing him to take candid pictures of them. The man in question, Trevor Harwell, works with the local home computer repairing firm Rezitech. According to police reports, that’s how he got access to his victims’ computers.

A video of a Dutch woman getting 152 of her Facebook friends tattooed on her arm is nothing more than advertising stunt. Last week, a Dutch user uploaded a video of herself on YouTube in which see could be seen getting a tattoo on her arm which comprised of Facebook profile pictures of 152 of her closest friends on Facebook.

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