At the JavaOne conference in San Francisco, CNET's Brian Cooley observes how Java enables cell phones to offer improved productivity and entertainment applications.
By ZDNet Staff
| June 11, 2003 -- 20:37 GMT (13:37 PDT)
| Topic: Open Source
Digital Health and Wellness
How technology can save the NHS
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is official: Here's what's new
Photos: BlackBerrys through the ages
The scariest tech of 2017, period, end of sentence
Microsoft releases version 2.0 of its PWA Builder tool
As part of its continuing Progressive Web Apps (PWA) work, Microsoft is making available the second iteration of its open-sourced PWA Builder tool.
Ubuntu 19.04 comes refreshed with the Linux 5.0 kernel
Both the Ubuntu Linux desktop and server come with significant updates.
Red Hat survey finds we're living in an open-source world
Red Hat's new survey of enterprise businesses reveals a world where almost everyone has joined the open-source bandwagon.
Pengwin: A Linux specifically for Windows Subsystem for Linux
You've been able to run many Linux distros on Windows thanks to WSL for years. Now, there's a Linux distro built to work hand-in-glove with WSL.
Former Mozilla exec: Google has sabotaged Firefox for years
Former and current Mozilla engineers are reaching their boiling points.
Programming languages: Python developers now outnumber Java ones
Python has attracted two million new developers over the past year.
OpenStack Stein: A new cool drink of open-source cloud
The latest version of OpenStack is more container and telecom friendly than ever.
Programming languages: Don't bother learning these ones in 2019
Developer-advice platform Codementor hopes to narrow the field of languages worth the time and effort to learn.