Back to the courtroom
Undeterred by their defeat last year, Oracle want the Android decision reversed after judge’s “error”.
-o- is over
Independent browser vendor adopts WebKit engine to “focus on innovation to make a better browser”.
Joining Java's Hall of Fame
The JRuby and JVM guy joins illustrious company after being crowned a Java champion.
Slick gets oiled up
Typesafe’s latest addition to the stack hits “an important milestone”
Soon appearing on the App Store?
It didn't make the imposed end of 2012 deadline to fully open source, but there's big news ahead for JavaFX
Joda-Time successor on schedule
JSR-310 spec lead Stephen Colebourne says that inclusion is a “major step for the project”.
New name, new platform
The veteran Eclipse project moves beyond the browser to support new clients.
A cunning plot
Dan Dromereschi, creator of the popular open source AChartEngine library, shows how it can be used to quickly create line, bar and pie charts.
Joined by the cloud
We speak to the CEO of a Polish company attempting to bring a universal sync service to mobile platforms.
Reports of my death have been greatly exaggerated
Ten months on from being deposed at the top by C, Java takes back first place in TIOBE index.
The right direction?
The company behind open source cloud IaaS manager project will let backers set the speed at which features arrive. Is it the right decision?
Thank god it’s the...
A quintuplet of irreverent stories from the world of tech and elsewhere