Oracle and JetBrains engineers proposed to collaborate on a macOS-based graphics rendering pipeline to replace the current one, which is based on the now-deprecated OpenGL. The voting is over and the proposal is officially approved.
Fans of Apple technology descended on the west coast to attend their Worldwide Developers Conference, which other than talking about OS X El Captain, announced that Swift 2.0 was going open source. Cue applause.
After most of Silicon Valley (except for Apple) snubs Obama’s cybersecurity conference, the U.S. president has professed his love of Apple Pay, but has forgotten to mention Samsung Pay. #awkward
Apple have entered the mobile payment platform game with Apple Pay, a mobile wallet that lets you checkout without using an actual card. We take a look at the technical details behind the FinTech platform.
Two age-old rivals are teaming up to collaborate on a new kind of enterprise mobility. But what does it mean for developers?
Java derivative language creator sees Groovy as the Swift-alike for Android programmers – and after all, the two have a lot in common.
Another quintet of stories that caught our eye this week, including the boxer that came face-to-face with his Twitter troll.
The platforms founder James Gosling believes it is a possibility with the arrival of new Java Enhancement Proposal targeting statically-linked JNI libraries.
It didn’t make the imposed end of 2012 deadline to fully open source, but there’s big news ahead for JavaFX
We talk to Coverity co-founder Andy Chou about his companys mission of bringing security testing back into the development phase.
Its that time of the week again – where everything begins to wind down as the weekend begins. Featuring Big Data, Craft Beer via RedMonk, coffee, cats, Apple and a Linus Torvalds imposter. A heady mix
With JAX London, a few weeks away, we caught up with one of the keynoters – Doug Cutting the creator of Big Data sensation Hadoop
A new OpenJDK project encouraged by Oracle and AMD seeks to grasp GPU power from Java through hardware, in light of the emerging smartphone and tablet market. Too little too late?