Posts Tagged ‘Java’

According to a new court ruling, Google’s use of Java in Android “was not fair” use, meaning Google is now potentially on the hook for billions of dollars in damages.

Continue reading... »

“Java is everywhere” is the official statement pertaining to the platform, and that’s as true as the sky being blue. The technology exists from within simplest of things to desktop computers, smartphones, tablets and whatnot. The usefulness of Java cannot be denied even in the slightest, either, since it’s the driver for delivery of a lot of content. It seems rather odd, then, that you’d want to disable something as useful as this. There’s a good reason for that, however, that we’ll discuss just past the jump.

Continue reading... »

Java is, in one way or another, essential to practically everybody using a computer. You may not know it, but the chances are, your PC or Mac has a Java-reliant app installed, and according to a guy renowned for finding holes in Java, every current version of Java is vulnerable to a new exploit.

Continue reading... »

While Facebook has increased its presence in the smartphone world exponentially, with robust apps for both Android and, to an even greater degree, iOS, the company is trying to get out the message that customers on lower-end phones, the so-called “dumb phones”, are just as worthwhile. Facebook has now released an app for all Java-capable low-end phones, with support for 2,500 models according to the company.

Continue reading... »

Subscribe To Redmond Pie

Subscribe to RSS Feed Follow us on Twitter Follow us on Facebook Follow us on Google+ Follow us on YouTube

Popular Stories