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Apple denied Samsung Galaxy sales ban

Plus, financials from VMware and whether VCs will continue funding cloud start-ups

January 24, 2012

Apple denied Samsung Galaxy sales ban On ZDNet, reports on the battle. “The Cupertino-based technology giant sued Samsung at a court in The Hague as part of efforts to impose a sales injunction on Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 10.1 in the region. But the appeals court confirmed the lower court’s ruling and denied Apple’s request again,” he writes. What’s your opinion?

VMware busts through billion dollar quarter On The Register, Timothy Prickett Morgan looks at the company’s figures. “Anyone – this means you, Red Hat, Citrix Systems, and Microsoft – that thinks they can knock out VMware in server virtualization should consider this: VMware’s virtual server business now rivals the revenue stream that IBM gets from its Power Systems and System z mainframe physical server businesses (individually), is roughly the same size as the systems business at Oracle, and is larger than the Itanium-based server business at HP,” he writes. What’s your opinion?

How long will VCs fund cloud computing companies? On Talkin’ Cloud, gives his opinion. ” On the one hand, the cloud computing market continues to grow and thrive — attracting new investors, customers and partners every day. But on the other hand, I believe we’re living in a cloud computing bubble. When it pops, dozens — perhaps hundreds — 0f cloud computing vendors will go bust and their partners will be forced to pursue alternative options,” he writes. What’s your opinion?