'Java' Tag Index

Oracle Pushes Java ME Forward
By Sean Michael Kerner | Article Published July 29, 2013
Oracle is ARMing Java for the mobile world.
Tags: Java, Oracle, mobile
Open Java Is Coming to Microsoft Azure
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published July 25, 2013
Java PaaS and IaaS products will become available on Azure before the end of the year.
Tags: Java, open source, cloud computing, Microsoft Azure, OpenJDK, Azul Systems
Salesforce, Oracle Announce Cloud Partnership
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published June 26, 2013
The two rivals signed a nine-year agreement.
Tags: Java, database, Linux, Oracle, cloud computing, Salesforce
Oracle Updates Java, Patches 42 Vulnerabilities
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published April 18, 2013
Java will now require code-signing certificates.
Tags: Java, Oracle, security update, vulnerabilities
Pwn2Own Pays Hackers $480K in Bug Bounties
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published March 08, 2013
Security researchers found vulnerabilities in all of the major browsers.
Tags: Java, Firefox, security vulnerabilities, Internet Explorer, hackers, Chrome, Adobe, bug, PWN2OWN
Oracle Releases Another Emergency Java Patch
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published March 05, 2013
This is the fifth out-of-band security update for Java so far this year.
Tags: Java, Oracle, trojan, security update, vulnerability
Apple Attacked by Hackers
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published February 20, 2013
The same group that hacked faced Facebook appears to have hacked Apple employees' systems.
Tags: Java, Facebook, Oracle, security vulnerabilities, Apple, Mac, cyberattack, hack attacks
Facebook Computers Hacked
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published February 18, 2013
The attackers exploited a zero-day Java vulnerability.
Tags: Java, Facebook, vulnerability, zero-day, hack attacks
Researchers Report Yet Another Java Bug
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published January 29, 2013
Java's new defenses do nothing to protect against the latest security vulnerability.
Tags: Java, security vulnerabilities, bug, UPnP
Researchers Warn About Fake Java Patch and Shylock Skype Malware
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published January 18, 2013
Two new types of attacks are threatening many computer users.
Tags: Java, malware, Skype, trojan, attacks, ransomware
Experts Say Oracle's Emergency Java Patch Doesn't Go Far Enough
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published January 14, 2013
Oracle updated Java on Sunday, but experts question whether it's safe for users to enable Java on their browsers.
Tags: Java, Oracle, browser, security vulnerability, patch
Experts Say All Computer Users Should Disable Java ASAP
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published January 11, 2013
Hackers are currently exploiting a security vulnerability in Java, and there is no patch or workaround.
Tags: Java, Oracle, security vulnerability, patch
Oracle Positions Java for the New Mobile World
By Sean Michael Kerner | Article Published September 28, 2012
Oracle goes after the embedded mobile world with new Java offerings. 
Tags: Java, Oracle, mobile
Oracle Java Patch Has Security Flaw, Researchers Say
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published September 04, 2012
Update fixes one vulnerability but creates another.
Tags: Java, Oracle, security vulnerabilities, update, sandbox
Oracle Releases Emergency Java Patch to Block Zero-Day Exploits
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published August 31, 2012
Security researchers confirm that the update addresses the vulnerability exploited by two attacks identified earlier this week.
Tags: Java, Oracle, security, patch, update, hack attacks, Zero-Day exploit
Unpatched Java flaw Hit in Targeted Attacks, Researchers Say
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published August 28, 2012
The zero-day vulnerability affects the most recent version of Java.
Tags: Java, security, malware, trojan, vulnerability, Zero-Day exploit
Crisis Financial Malware Spreads Via Virtual Machines
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published August 21, 2012
Security experts say this is the first known malware that attempts to propagate by virtual machines.
Tags: Java, security, malware, virtual machine
Judge Not Satisfied With Google's Disclosures Over Commenter Pay
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published August 21, 2012
The company must give the court a list of people it paid who also commented in the media on the Android-Java lawsuit brought by Oracle.
Tags: Java, Oracle, Google, Android, lawsuit, copyright infringement
Google, Oracle Deny Paying for Propaganda
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published August 20, 2012
Oracle continues to assert that Google pays "influencers" to talk and write positively about its causes.
Tags: Java, Oracle, Google, API, Android, lawsuit, copyright infringement
When Developers Are Afraid To Try Something New
By Eric Spiegel | Article Published July 09, 2012
Developers who keep educating themselves have an edge over those who do it as they always have.
Tags: Java, Scala, developers
Google Prevails Over Oracle in Java API, Android Copyright Case
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published June 01, 2012
You can't copyright APIs, says the judge.
Tags: Java, Oracle, Google, API, Android, lawsuit, Copyright
Google Didn't Infringe on Oracle Patents, Jury Rules
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published May 24, 2012
Google gets a big win in the Android-Java patent infringement lawsuit brought by Oracle.
Tags: Java, Oracle, Google, Android, lawsuit, patent infringement
U.S. Jury Hands Google Mixed Verdict on Oracle
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published May 08, 2012
The jurors ruled that Google did copy Java, but couldn't decide if it was fair use.
Tags: Java, Oracle, Google, Android, lawsuit, copyright infringement
Judge Says Google's Android Lost Money in 2010
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published May 04, 2012
Is Android a loss leader for Google? If so, how does that affect the Oracle trial?
Tags: Java, Oracle, Google, Android, lawsuit, revenue, copyright infringement
Java Creator James Gosling: 'Google Totally Slimed Sun'
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published April 30, 2012
The father of Java says there are no white hats in the Oracle vs. Google lawsuit.
Tags: Java, Oracle, Google, Android, Sun Microsystems
Google: Oracle, Sun Failed at Java Smartphone
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published April 18, 2012
In their opening arguments, both Google and Oracle have laid out their positions in the Android/Java case.
Tags: Java, Oracle, Google, Android, lawsuit
Google-Oracle Trial Begins, With Implications for All of Silicon Valley
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published April 16, 2012
Oracle is seeking $1 billion in damages, alleging that Android infringes on Java patents and copyright protections.
Tags: Java, Oracle, Google, Android, lawsuit
Cisco: Java Attacks on the Rise As Spam Declines
By Sean Michael Kerner | Article Published January 20, 2011
Annual security report from Cisco shows the first ever decline in spam volume, but don’t get too optimistic -- other types of attacks are growing.
Tags: Java, Oracle, security, spam, Cisco
OpenOffice.org: Where From Here?
By Serdar Yegulalp | Article Published October 19, 2010
If OpenOffice.org is to become competitive, it needs to change its approach to developers and use a more commercial strategy.
Tags: Java, open source, Office, OpenOffice.org, OpenOffice
Shuttleworth: Oracle's Java Lawsuit 'An Extremely Unsophisticated Move'
By Sean Michael Kerner | Article Published August 16, 2010
Founder of Ubuntu Linux sees little constructive outcome from Oracle's Java legal actions against Google and Android.
Tags: Java, Linux, Oracle, Ubuntu, Shuttleworth
Oracle Sues Google Over Java in Android
By Sean Michael Kerner | Article Published August 13, 2010
Tech titans are set to clash over Java patents and Google's Android operating system.
Tags: Java, Oracle, Google, Android
Metasploit 3.4 Takes Aim at Java Apps
By Sean Michael Kerner | Article Published May 19, 2010
New release of open source vulnerability testing framework adds brute force muscle and Java attacks to its security arsenal.
Tags: Java, open source, open source software, Metasploit, Rapid7
SAP's Co-CEO's Talk Strategy, Oracle and On-Demand
By David Needle | Article Published March 16, 2010
The first broad release of Business ByDesign is set for July and SAP's co-CEOs say they are confident the enterprise software company is on the right track.
Tags: Java, Oracle, SaaS, SAP, SaaS Contract
Oracle Begins Selecting Its Sun "Survivors"
By Andy Patrizio | Article Published February 02, 2010
Oracle CEO Larry Ellison was adamant that there would be no wholesale slaughter of products or staffing cuts, yet the reality is that not everything can survive or receive full Oracle investment.
Tags: Java, Oracle, Sun, Oracle Enterprise Manger, productivity tools
MuleSoft Updates Tcat Tomcat Java Server
By Sean Michael Kerner | Article Published December 16, 2009
Enhancements to the commercially supported Tomcat server continues the acceleration of the market for lightweight Java middleware.
Tags: Java, open source, Spring, Tomcat
Red Hat Challenges Oracle on Java Openness
By Sean Michael Kerner | Article Published June 25, 2009
Oracle, having snapped up Sun, will be a major player in the Java world. Red Hat has an opinion it wants to share.
Tags: Java, Linux, Oracle, middleware, Red Hat
Java May Benefit from IBM-Sun
By Sean Michael Kerner | Article Published March 30, 2009
With talk of IBM acquiring Sun Microsystems, the Java community could undergo its most significant change in a decade -- perhaps for the better.
Tags: Java, open source, IBM, iPhone, Sun Microsystems
Big Blue Would Be Nuts To Pay That Much For Sun
By Chris Nerney | Article Published March 18, 2009
Big Blue Would Be Nuts To Pay That Much For Sun
Tags: Java, Microsoft, IBM, Sun Microsystems, HP, servers, Cisco Systems
The TIOBE List Director vs. the 'Anti-Java' Professor
By James Maguire | Article Published August 06, 2008
The man who maintains a list of the most popular programming languages responds to the professor who deplores Java’s place at the top.
Tags: Java, programming, software, IT, outsourcing
The 'Anti-Java' Professor and the Jobless Programmers
By James Maguire | Article Published July 29, 2008
Actually, this top computer science professor isn’t exactly ‘anti-Java’ – but he deplores its effect on CS studies. And he sees dark clouds ahead if something doesn’t change.
Tags: Java, programming, software, development, IT
Who Killed the Software Engineer? (Hint: It Happened in College)
By James Maguire | Article Published January 21, 2008
A prominent professor says that university computer science programs deserve a failing grade. Today’s U.S. grads are not prepared to compete in the global high tech market.
Tags: Java, IT education, coding language, programming language, college software courses




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