Its official. Mark Reinhold, the Java platforms Chief Architect, has announced that JDK 8 will arrive 18 March 2014.
Need to patch emergency client-side vulnerabilities has left Project Lambda out in the lurch, says Java chief architect.
Next weeks update will warn users when running unsigned code: Oracle recommends shelling out for a certificate.
Commercial distribution of Apache Cassandra jumps final hurdle to enterprise adoption in 3.0 release, says CEO.
A high-profile new search feature on GitHub has been plagued by technical and security problems.
But security experts warn that it could take two years for Oracle to fix Javas remaining vulnerabilities.
New Years Gift by crimeware creator is the latest vulnerability to hit Java browser plugin.
Win a copy of Carsten Eilers latest book on the dark side of the next generation of HTML.
We talk to Coverity co-founder Andy Chou about his companys mission of bringing security testing back into the development phase.
We talked to the man behind the latest Big Data project set to simplify the entire process of getting analytics from your data.
In the wake of rampant unpatched exploits, Apple push a security update to deactivate Java plugin by default.
The developers of Java-based data mining app Maltego put other devs to shame with stunning screencasts.
Friday’s emergency update can still be bypassed, and Oracle’s reaction doesn’t inspire confidence.
With accusations that Oracle ignored warnings of the 0day exploit months ago, are the Java stewards doing enough to keep SE users safe?