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The Sun Tablet

Get The Sun and then some with our tablet app - a new way to experience the UK's biggest-selling paper on your tablet.Available to...

December 2, 2014 by The Sun

Was Gizmodo punk'd by Apple? Photos of this iPhone appeared in February

Like most mobile tech enthusiasts I followed the Gizmodo iPhone story, but just finished reading a comment posted on Andy Ihnatko's Chicago Sun Time site that indicate Gizmodo may have been punk'd by Apple and the device may just be one of many prototypes floating around and have no relation at all to the upgraded iPhone we all except this summer

April 20, 2010 by

Virgin moves IT staff into Optus

After five years operating separate information technology departments, Virgin Mobile Australia has decided to move a large chunk of its operations to Optus' Macquarie Park campus, and has acquired some Oracle Sun kit.

March 30, 2010 by

Lowell Sun News for iPad

The brand-new Lowell Sun mobile app is the most comprehensive, accurate, and content-rich source of local news for the communities...

November 3, 2014 by MediaNews Group

The month ahead: What will Apple unveil at WWDC?

ZDNet correspondent Sumi Das and senior editor Sam Diaz preview the tech developments anticipated for June: a potential new mobile device at Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference, the latest on Steve Jobs, and the first JavaOne since Oracle scooped up Sun. Diaz also discusses the significance of a legal ruling that will determine whether RealPlayer can sell RealDVD.

May 28, 2009 by

Lowell Sun News for iPhone

The brand-new Lowell Sun mobile app is the most comprehensive, accurate, and content-rich source of local news for the communities...

November 3, 2014 by MediaNews Group

The month ahead: What will Apple unveil at WWDC?

ZDNet correspondent Sumi Das and senior editor Sam Diaz preview the tech developments anticipated for June: a potential new mobile device at Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference, the latest on Steve Jobs, and the first JavaOne since Oracle scooped up Sun. Diaz also discusses the significance of a legal ruling that will determine whether RealPlayer can sell RealDVD.

May 27, 2009 by

Java gets a mobile makeover with JavaFX Mobile

Sun Microsystems announced today the release of the JavaFX Mobile platform. Built on top of the existing Java ME platform, JavaFX Mobile allows developers to create immersive mobile content while leveraging their existing investment in Java.

February 11, 2009 by

MobileTechRoundup show #157, Kevin's solar experiment, Mobius, ShopSavvy

Kevin announced his new experiment to spend 30 days with his phone only being powered with a solar charge on MobileTechRoundup show #157. Follow his experiment over on jkOnTheRun to see if he can find enough sun and light in the winter to keep his device powered up. I attended the Mobius event last week and gave a short recap of the event and our roller skating contest on the podcast. James and I agreed that ShopSavvy is awesome on the T-Mobile G1 and James also mentioned the issue with turning off data when roaming internationally. We also talked a bit about the subsidized netbook.

December 15, 2008 by

Sun to issue mobile Java fix

The fix follows a report from a security researcher who demanded €20,000 for details of discovered flaws, but it is unclear whether Sun paid up

August 15, 2008 by

JavaFX SDK preview launches: Can Sun play the RIA game?

Sun Microsystems on Thursday will launch the JavaFX preview release as it aims to round up its bevy of Java developers to be a player in rich Internet applications.The preview release gives designers, web scripters and developers a peek at Sun's tools to make RIAs across multiple screens--mobile to PC and other devices.

July 30, 2008 by

JavaOne '08: Sun demos JavaFX platform

Here's a look at Sun Microsystems’ new JavaFX application, with Flickr and Twitter feeds running in Facebook within the browser, dragged to the desktop, and then put on a mobile phone. Sun Microsystems executives Rich Green and Nandini Ramani showed the JavaFX environment at the JavaOne Conference in San Francisco. The rich Internet application environment is part of Sun's effort to let consumers innovate, and is set to compete with Adobe's AIR and Microsoft's Silverlight.

May 6, 2008 by

Sun/Google Android "fight" overblown

Ever since Google kicked off the Open Handset Alliance and released the "gPhone" Android SDK for mobile devices, the blogosphere has been buzzing about a new conflict brewing between Sun and Google over the future of Java. But I'm here to tell you, it's all bunk.

November 25, 2007 by

T-Mobile Shadow first impressions; HTC and Microsoft reveal a refreshing UI

After checking out the BlackBerry Curve for a couple weeks I scheduled a time on my calendar to visit T-Mobile and pick one up for myself. However, the sun came out before my appointment and revealed the T-Mobile Shadow so I now had a choice to make at the local T-Mobile store. I went on 31 October, the release day for the Shadow, and the T-Mobile store in Seattle was packed. I checked out both the brown and green Shadow, as well as the Curve again, and a few minutes later I walked out of the store with a green T-Mobile Shadow. I have 14 days to decide if I am going to stick with the Shadow or go back and get the Curve so if you have any thoughts on why one is better than the other, feel free to leave a comment. My thoughts, video, and photo gallery below are my first impressions after about 6 hours of using the Shadow. I plan to post a more detailed review prior to my 14-day trial period expiration.

November 1, 2007 by

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