Alexander Turner explores how the 64-bit address space of modern JVMs allows for petabytes of virtual memory.
Down with foistware!
Discontent over bundling of third-party software spreads as petition to Larry Ellison reaches top of Hacker News.
Call on me
Browser devs show off the power of WebRTC, a “Skype-killing” new standard, in a cross-browser video call.
Flying the open source flag
Open source software has driven innovation and progress even in the face of an economic meltdown. Where do we go from here?
The second conference from idiosyncratic analyst firm Redmonk was all about “scaling craft” -- and brewing beer.
Better late than never
After an extended 16 months of development, the seventh version of Java web framework Vaadin has been released.
With our scope widened to the entire world, first up is a Chicago-based startup allowing other businesses to sell customised products.
I adore alliteration
This week: BlackBerry’s rebirth, the right to root (and party), and a clip from the Steve Jobs biography. Oh, and a mini pig.
Out of this world
Diana Kupfer talks to Tamar Cohen, who works with NASA Ames' Intelligent Robotics group.
A longer trip down memory lane
The co-spec lead for the in-memory caching API has bad news about the standard that’s been nearly 12 years in the making.
Max Katz, head of Tiggzi's Developer Relations shows us how to build a jQuery Mobile app connected to REST API.
Only Java allowed
The mobile development platform purely for Java developers has released its first version, following impressive growth.