The never-ending Java war

October 1997
Network World;10/06/97, Vol. 14 Issue 40, p6
Trade Publication
Reports on rising level of dispute for Java software applications between Sun Microsystems Inc. and Microsoft Corp. with Sun's plans to implement an internal testing of Microsoft's Internet Explorer 4.0 software.


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