You get what you give
Having announced its sky high targets for the year ahead, IBM puts its money where its mouth is with further $1.2 billion commitment to company offerings.
Last year, 91% of all web exploits used Java, while 99% of all mobile malware targeted Android devices.
It's really coming!
After a series of false starts, it looks like Oracle is holding fast for a March release date - just watch out for a few holes.
That’s a mouthful
‘Shenandoah’, proposed to OpenJDK, can handle heaps larger than 100GB with sub-10ms pause times.
Five by five
The Beta of NetBeans IDE 8 has now been released! Geertjan Wielenga spotlights some of the coolest bells and whistles.
With the fourth anniversary of acquisition of the platform coming up, the Father of Java has a mixed bag of views on its stewards.
Nifty - but is it performant?
Don’t worry about the file system for your precious Big Data, says Google – just keep it in our Cloud Storage.
A good egg
Newegg’s landmark victory against alleged patent troll Soverain is upheld as high court refuses to hear case.
Make do and mend
Software giant pushes out 144 fixes, including solutions for critical issues in Java SE, FX, JDK, and JRE.
Top of the pops
We’ve crunched our numbers from the past twelve months, and the results are in. What were developers most into in ‘13?
The Java Classloader is a part of the Java Runtime Environment that dynamically loads Java classes into the Java Virtual Machine. However there are some various ways in which…
Bringing stuff to life
Whether it's the building you live in, your car, your grandmother's pacemaker, or your toaster, by 2020 it's predicted that there will be tens of billions of connected…