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- Wireless Serves Java. Gohring, Nancy // Interactive Week;4/30/2001, Vol. 8 Issue 17, p49
Introduces the Java 2 Platform, Micro Edition (J2ME), a stripped-down version of Java that resides on handsets and personal digital assistants created by Sun Microsystems and its partners. Difference of J2ME from Wireless Application Protocol; Shortcomings of Java.
- Tough road for Java shrink-wrap. Nerney, Chris // Network World;07/06/98, Vol. 15 Issue 27, p1
Focuses on problems which are encountered in the Java software market. Identification of the problems; Information on Sun Microsystems Incorporated; Details on Java application areas; Comments made by Lew Tucker, director of strategic relations for Sun's Java software division. INSET:...
- Revolve around the sun. Radcliff, Deborah // Software Magazine;Jun97, Vol. 17 Issue 6, p26
Presents report on Sun Microsystems. Prediction of Scott McNealy of Sun Microsystem, on the future of information technology; Some product offerings of Sun; Enhancements of Solaris; Sun's licensing deals; Information on JavaStudio.
- Toiling in the Java WorkShop. // Network World;09/15/97, Vol. 14 Issue 37, p6
Reports on Sun Microsystems Inc.'s SunSoft division's release of Java WorkShop 2.0 software that supports the Java Development Kit 1.1 standard.
- Sun sharpens Java's enterprise edge. Cox, John // Network World;06/14/99, Vol. 16 Issue 24, p10
Focuses on Sun's Java 2 Enterprise Edition, which packages Java's key technologies for building advanced Internet applications. Key features; Extensions; Companies that have migrated to Java.
- Sun readies two key Java development tools. Cox, John // Network World;11/15/99, Vol. 16 Issue 46, p42
Features Java development tools called Java Blend 2.0 and Java Message Queue 1.0 to be introduced by high technology firm Sun. Functions of the development tools; Interoperability of the development tools; Costs of the tools.
- Sun turns Java on to Web services. Taft, Darryl K. // eWeek;3/25/2002, Vol. 19 Issue 12, p1
Reports the launching of Java 2 Enterprise Edition from Sun Microsystems Inc. in the U.S. Enhancement of integration capabilities; Incorporation of work available in Java Specification Request activities; Capabilities of the platform.
- Button down. KOMANDO, KIM // Popular Mechanics;Feb99, Vol. 176 Issue 2, p28
Presents news on information technology (IT) equipment and their providers. Details on SunLabs, a research arm of Sun Microsystems; JavaCard technical specification for putting a Java Virtual Machine software onto a smart card; Information on iButton, a device that provides JavaCard technology.
- Java `class' warfare leaves developers in lurch. Messmer, Ellen; Sliwa, Carol // Network World;07/14/97, Vol. 14 Issue 28, p8
Reports on the refusal of Microsoft Corp. to support the Java Foundation Classes for Java writing software developed by Sun Microsystems Inc. Decision of Microsoft to use its own set of class libraries with its Internet Explorer 4.0 browser; Impact of the issue on the computer industry.