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(October 15, 2002) - Royal Philips Electronics will include a high performance J2ME implementation in its Nexperia Cellular System Solution for 2.5G cellular devices. Philips will work together with Smart Fusion to incorporate a J2ME implementation based on Sun Microsystems' Connected ...
(October 29, 2002) -- GT Software has released its vcEmulator, a Java-based terminal emulation software solution providing powerful client access to host systems. vcEmulator enables organizations to make host-based applications available via the Internet or corporate intranet.
(November 12, 2002) - JBoss has experienced phenomenal growth since its creation in 1999, with over two million downloads to date and a continued rate of 150,000 downloads per month. Now, webMethods, Inc. is incorporating the JBoss application server directly within its integration pla...
(November 26, 2002) - JTurbo JDBC Driver for Microsoft SQL Server is now certified for J2EE 1.3. With this Sun Microsystems standards-based certification, JTurbo delivers up-to-date compliance and reliability to its customers. JTurbo, New Atlanta's Type 4 driver for SQL 6.5, 7.0 and 20...
(December 13, 2002) - Browsersoft Inc. recently released eQ! Foundation, the first declarative development framework for Java that gives mainstream application developers the ability to build enterprise-class e-business applications with little to no Java coding or expertise.
(January 14, 2003) - Nokia has introduced the Nokia Developer's Suite for J2ME, Version 1.1 for Linux, expanding the universe of creative talent targeting mobile application development.
(January 28, 2003) - Is there a better way to incorporate XML data to Java? BEA believes the answer is BEA XMLBeans. BEA is working to drive convergence within the enterprise by creating one common framework for business process modeling, application development, and enterprise J2EE de...
When you design network applications in Java, you would not want to let the users run multiple instances of your class. Running multiple instances of a single class might lead to exceptions and dead locks. Since JVM loads the class, as long as the byte code is right, your class should ...
(February 28, 2003) - North America's very first wireless J2ME-based software app for viewing and sharing photos on Java-enabled mobile phones has been announced. Called 'MyMobilePix,' the application is the joint work of Tira Wireless, a publisher of wireless Java apps for mobile phon...
(March 31, 2003) - BEA Systems, Inc. has announced the general availability of BEA WebLogic Server 8.1™ and BEA WebLogic JRockit 8.1™. As the base of the BEA WebLogic Enterprise Platform™, BEA WebLogic Server 8.1, an enterprise application server, is designed for building service-orien...
(April 30, 2003) - Benchmark results from the OSS through Java™ Initiative (OSS/J) Massive Scalability focus group prove the scalability of an integrated, carrier-grade Operations Support Systems (OSS) environment built using J2EE and XML technologies under real-world conditions. This ...
(June 5, 2003) - The Apache Jakarta Struts framework is finally moving to release Struts 1.1. The oft-delayed release, pending for over a year now, will go final around the end of June, if no new serious bugs show up. Release Candidate 2 will be released over the weekend preceding Ja...
(June 16, 2003) - To reach the millions of Java technology developers who can't attend the physical JavaOne conferences, Sun Microsystems has initiated the JavaOne Online program. Designed to deliver key components of the JavaOne conference year-round. JavaOne Online enables more devel...
Nazomi and Insignia Align to Assure Greater Interoperability Between Java Hardware Acceleration and Java Virtual Machine Solutions
(San Francisco) –Speaking at Oracle OpenWorld's inaugural Life Sciences Day on December 4, Lawrence J. Ellison, chairman and CEO of Oracle Corporation, extolled the life sciences industry for engineering quantum leaps in scientific knowledge and drug therapy, and reaffirmed Oracle's lo...
When BEA Systems, IBM, HP, Borland, Oracle, and Sun Microsystems combine forces, there can only be one reason...and it isn't just mutual admiration. This 'Six Pack' of software giants has just joined the so-called Open Mobile Architecture initiative, or OMA, under the terms of which t...
(San Jose, CA) - Fujitsu Software Corporation and Adsystech, Inc., based in Washington, D.C., announced that Adsystech will integrate Fujitsu's i-Flow business process management solution as a key component of eInteractive. eInteractive is a platform-independent enterprise technology p...
(March 26, 2002) -During the CeBIT show in Hannover, Swedish tech pioneers Polopoly launched their latest piece of technology - a multi-channel commerce platform that can handle integrated m-, t-, and e-commerce strategies. The commerce platform is easily integrated with the award-winn...
(March 28, 2002) - One of the more interesting J2EE applications in evidence anywhere at JavaOne comes from Zaplet, Inc. - whose recently appointed chief marketing officer George Paolini many Java developers may know from his days at Sun Microsystems, where he for many years helped cre...
(April 26, 2002) - Committed to supporting Java™ technology developers in the burgeoning wireless application market, Sun Microsystems, Inc. highlights its new Wireless Developer Portal, Wireless.java.sun.com. Exemplary of the Sun Developer Connection[sm] program's commitment to the de...
(May 22, 2002) - Borland Software Corporation announced its expanded development solution for Java; with the introduction of JBuilder 7, Borland® Enterprise Studio 4 for Java, and Optimizeit Suite 4.2. Borland's new version of JBuilder seamlessly connects products across the entire...
(June 14, 2002) - Sun Microsystems, Inc. has changed the landscape of the portal market with Sun ONE Portal Server 6, the first portal server solution to include fully integrated, secure identity management capabilities. The company also unveiled its product roadmap to support all thre...
(July 12, 2002) - There's frantic Web activity going on as the Palm fraternity worldwide tries to work out whether it's been hoaxed or not. At www.pocketpcthought.com a photo briefly appeared online of a purported PalmPC named Oslo, with a full-color screen with six photos displayed in...
Xora, Inc., and PointBase, Inc., have announced a partnership to provide an integrated solution that will give database application capabilities to J2METM devices. Complex enterprise back-office applications, such as SAP, Siebel, and Clarify, can now be deployed on offline J2ME device...
(August 23, 2002) - InfoSpace, Inc., and Sprint worked together to create a set of J2METM-based applications through PCS Vision(SM), a next generation wireless service recently launched nationwide by Sprint, which operates the largest all-digital, all-PCS nationwide wireless network.
(September 12, 2002) -- mmO2 and Motorola, Inc. have introduced a new downloadable entertainment service that provides consumers with the ability to personalize and differentiate their mobile phones. Motorola's Mobile Services Cafe is a managed service powered by Motorola's download se...
(September 23, 2002) - Sun Microsystems, Inc., has announced the availability of the Sun Interoperability Prototype based on the Liberty Alliance Specification (IPL). This prototype offering is designed for developers - both enterprise customers and ISVs - that want to build or test Li...
(October 18, 2002) - Many Java developers have asked me why is it not possible, or rather, most cumbersome to write a Java based Trojan. Since Java by itself is constrained by many useful glitches like byte code verification, type checking, and other painfully time-consuming formalitie...
(October 29, 2002) - Openwave Systems Inc. has formed alliances with key wireless data partners Digital Bridges, End2End, InfoSpace, IN-FUSIO, and MForma as part of the newly announced Openwave® Mobile Connect Program. Openwave Mobile Connect, the newest leg of the Openwave Developer N...
(November 12, 2002) - Sitraka has released the industry's first Java performance tool for 64-bit Java development: Sitraka JProbe 4.0 for the HP-UX* 11i Itanium 2-based platform. Available immediately, this release supports companies developing Java and J2EE applications for HP's high-...
(November 26, 2002) - The new version of IntelliJ IDEA 3.0, the popular Java IDE, has been released by JetBrains, Inc. Having become truly extensible by opening its APIs, IntelliJ IDEA 3.0 is being promoted as the most complete productivity package in the Java development market to da...
(December 13, 2002) - Sun Microsystems Inc. recently announced the completion of the Mobile Information Device Profile (MIDP 2.0) standard and the availability of the final MIDP 2.0 specification, reference implementation, compatibility test suite, and beta version of the J2ME Wireless...
(January 16, 2003) - Microsoft has been given 120 days to release a version of Windows XP Service Pack 2 with Java. U.S. District Judge J. Frederick Motz set the schedule on Wednesday as a compromise between Sun, which asked for a 90-day schedule, and Microsoft, which requested a 180-...
(January 30, 2003) - The Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) has recognized Dr. James A. Gosling for original contributions and implementation of the Java programming language. Dr. Gosling, a Fellow with Sun Microsystems, developed Java technology as part of a larger project to ...
(February 18, 2003) - Kada Systems plans to offer a J2ME-based integration design for mobile devices that will change how mobile handsets are brought to market. Code-named 'Katahdin,' it will allow mobile original device manufacturers (ODMs) to quickly develop new devices by providing ...
(March 7, 2003) - Systinet's WASP Server for Java 4.5, available immediately, has new and unique functionality for ensuring pervasive and scaleable Web services. It now has WASP embedding capabilities that make it easy to embed Web services into existing Java applications, and advanced...
(March 20, 2003) - At Web Services Edge East in Boston this week, iTKO demonstrated a new breed of automated testing software - one that people can actually use. Her name is LISA. The problem with automated testing is that current tools on the market are too expensive, too complicated...
(April 16, 2003) - Ian Smith, COO of Teamstudio, Inc., believes corporate waste and inefficiency has slowed the worldwide economic recovery. Smith considers profligate IT spending to be one of the fundamental barriers to IT recovery; particularly in the area of software tools.
(May 5, 2003) - Any developer of Java applications for Siemens handsets can now take advantage of the world’s first quality assurance testing scheme for mobile phone applications. Created by Siemens Information and Communication Mobile, the 'Siemens mobile Optimized Test' will let deve...


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