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Oracle CEO Larry Ellison Oracle OpenWorld 2011 Keynote
Larry Ellison, chief executive officer of Oracle Corp., speaks during the Oracle OpenWorld 2011 conference in San Francisco, California, U.S., on Sunday, Oct. 2, 2011. Ellison introduced a new computer system for analyzing data in computer memory for faster performance called the Exalytics Intelligence Machine. Photographer: David Paul Morris/Bloomberg via Getty Images
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First, there was Term Sheet.

Then there was The Broadsheet.

This week, we’re happy to announce the launch of a new member of our newsletter family: Data Sheet, a daily newsletter focused on business technology.

Eagle-eyed readers will know that Fortune‘s tech coverage has been growing rapidly since the much-awaited launch of in June. In addition to the star writers and editors you already know—Phil Elmer-Dewitt, Adam Lashinsky, Miguel Helft, Jessi Hempel, Michal Lev-Ram, JP Mangalindan, Erin Griffith, Verne Kopytoff—we’ve added dozens of new writers to the stable. (You can get a taste of their work here.)

But here’s the truth: we’re all busy. Anything to help distill or explain the day’s news leaves us more time to get work done.

Which is why we’ve launched Data Sheet, named after the technical documents that explain the basic characteristics of a product. Each day Heather Clancy, a seasoned B2B journalist who has been reporting on marketing technology for us, will tell you the news you shouldn’t miss, the trends that are impacting the industry, and the events you should stick on your calendar. Each newsletter will also have a section of Fortune reportage you won’t find anywhere else.

It’s breezy, it’s clever, it’s packed with everything you need to know. You can subscribe right here. It’ll take longer to let your morning coffee cool, promise.