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Saturday, 08 March 2008 17:37

Java on the iPhone - not going to happen?

Sun’s VP of Java Marketing, Eric Klien, has been quoted saying he wants to bring Java to the iPhone now that the SDK makes the iPhone ‘open’... but with Apple having a veto on which apps get authorised or not, surely the ‘open’ iPhone is only as open as Apple wants it to be – and why would Apple allow Java, which lets developers create their own code to run ‘anywhere’ – circumvent the iPhone SDK process?

Published in Mobility
After years of ‘embracing and extending’ existing standards to morph them into proprietary Microsoft standards, something strange is happening: Microsoft will ensure IE8 renders web content to accepted web standards – by default.

Published in Fuzzy Logic
Tuesday, 26 February 2008 15:07

Internet Explorer 8 Beta 1 on the way

Where do you want to surf today? No, that’s not the question behind the upcoming public beta of IE 8, which will start life in limited beta testing first, before moving on to general beta availability for all, probably in ‘beta 2’ before mid 2008.

Published in Fuzzy Logic

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