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Microsoft previews Azure Spring Cloud Enterprise

Enterprise Java app modernization as a managed service via Spring Boot  Microsoft has announced the availability of a preview version of Azure Spring Cloud Enterprise. Azure Spring Cloud Enterprise is a managed service for Spring Boot, the Java open-source microservice framework. Azure Spring Cloud Enterprise is...

White House, tech companies meet to boost open-source software security

Administration officials met with Amazon, Google and Microsoft and other tech stakeholders to discuss better open-source software security.

Log4J exploits continue: Microsoft

Microsoft said bad actors wasted no time exploiting the recently zero-day exploit of Log4J, Java-based logging software.

Hyperscalers scramble to fix Apache Log4J 2 exploit

A severe exploit to the popular Java logging library Log4J 2 put hyperscalers into patch overdrive this weekend.

What are APIs and how do they work?

Introduction Application program interfaces (APIs) are becoming a major part of the internet. Although the technology has been around for years, the API market has witnessed explosive growth in recent memory. According to an IDC survey of IT and business professionals sponsored by Axway, 47%...

The most important coding languages for IoT developers

Languages for IoT developers We have seen a changing of the guard in the past few years as software takes center stage and once-beloved hardware simply becomes a canvas for developers. The ability to code is an important skill for the production of any modern technology, especially a...

Oracle, Qualcom and Gemalto Webinar: Smarter Connected Technology

Join Qualcomm, Oracle and Gemalto to discuss the direction of Java for connected devices. Connected intelligent machines are a rapidly growing technology that embeds logic in devices (controllers and operational systems) in order to harness machine data and drive value for businesses. We are now...

Time Trippin’: Java for phones; cellular closes in on PCS prices … 15 years ago this week

Editor’s Note: The RCR Wireless News Time Machine is a way to take advantage of our extensive history in covering the wireless space to fire up the DeLorean and take a trip back in time to re-visit some of the more interesting headlines from...

Jury finds Google did not infringe Oracle patents

A new chapter in the Oracle versus Google lawsuit: A federal jury said Wednesday that Google (GOOG) did not infringe Oracle (ORCL) patents that protect Oracle's Java technology. The decision came after the jury found earlier in May that Google had infringed Oracle's copyrights...

Analyst Angle: Get set for stronger OS oligopoly

With the recent HP shut-down of the WebOS and Palm divisions, it's becoming increasingly clear that to succeed in the mobile device market, an OS needs to have significant device, developer, and customer traction. And without one, you can't get the other two. Consider...

Glue Conference: Native vs. Wrapped apps and the options in between

BROOMFIELD, Colo. – Developers need to take the user experience into account when they are deciding whether to build their application to be native or wrapped for their mobile experience, said Guilhem Ensuque, director of product marketing at OpenPlug, a company acquired by Alcatel-Lucent...

1.2 GHz BlackBerry Bold unveiled

Research in Motion Ltd. (RIM) used BlackBerry World 2011 to unveil two powerful new BlackBerry Bold smartphones on Monday, sporting a touchscreen and a 1.2 GHz processor.RIM hopes the move will bring its phones up to date with its competitors' smartphone offerings and...

Google slapped with $5M fine in Linux patent lawsuit

A Texas jury decided to fine Google Inc. (GOOG) $5 million for infringing on Linux technology patents owned by Bedrock Computer Technologies.Google's Android operating system uses the Linux kernel code, and the verdict from the Eastern District of Texas could also result in...

Mobile Web Development: Beyond the Buzzwords

2011 marks my 7th year of developing content in the Wild West that is the mobile device ecosystem. The experience has sometimes been like building sand castles – where tides of disruptive technologies come along and wipe out what you’ve worked so hard to build.

RIM adds Android app support to PlayBook

This one has been rumoured for a good few months now, but today Research In Motion Ltd. made it official with their plans to give their existing app selection a huge boost, by adding support for Android apps in their upcoming tablet, the PlayBook.

Evidence mounting of Android apps on Blackberry

Just last week we brought you word that a company had developed a software solution to allow Android apps to run on MeeGo devices, now it appears similar forces are at work in the world of Blackberry. Several revelations in the past few days are now strongly pointing towards the appearance of a runtime to allow Android apps to be put to work on Blackberry OS.

Online job report: Mobile programmers in demand

There is no slowdown in the demand for mobile application programmers, according to the most recent online jobs report from Elance, an online jobsite that connects businesses with freelancers. The company said iPhone programmers moved up five positions in the third quarter, breaking into...

AppMakr raises $1M from angel investors

AppMakr, a company that streamlines the app development process and makes it easy to create custom native apps for iOS devices, has raised $1 million from a group of 11 angel investors and groups.Thousands of apps built with AppMakr have been released on the...

Reader Forum: The race of the taps: Improving the mobile user experience and resulting opportunities

Editor's Note: Welcome to our weekly Reader Forum section. In an attempt to broaden our interaction with our readers we have created this forum for those with something meaningful to say to the wireless industry. We want to keep this as open as possible,...

Research In Motion reveals its BlackBerry PlayBook

BlackBerry-maker Research In Motion Ltd. (RIMM) took the wraps off its first ever tablet at a developers conference in San Francisco this afternoon.Packing a 7-inch screen in a half an inch thick form factor weighing less than a pound, BlackBerry PlayBook will run on...

@ Oracle OpenWorld: Dell glosses over mobility

SAN FRANCISCO — Kicking off the last major day of Oracle Corp.'s OpenWorld, Dell Inc. CEO Michael Dell gave a general update of the 26-year-old company and invited partners from Zynga Game Network Inc. and FedEx Corp. to join him on stage for a...

@ Oracle OpenWorld: Java primed for future needs of mobility

SAN FRANCISCO -- To get a sense of how important the Java language is to mobility, here's a smattering of stats presented at Oracle Corp.'s OpenWorld conference this week: Java is running on 5 billion SIM cards, 3 billion mobile handsets and countless embedded...

Greystripe looks ahead to the mobile web

Greystripe, one of the few remaining independent mobile advertising networks, has expanded its stable of in-app ad formats to now support cross-platform mobile web sites and native iOS, Android and Java applications.The San Francisco-based company is expecting more publishers to eventually focus somewhat less...

Nokia to acquire mobile analytics firm

Nokia Corp. continued its expansion outside of its traditional device sphere announcing plans to acquire U.S.-based mobile analytics firm Motally Inc.Nokia said Motally’s in-application tracking and reporting service will be adapted for Qt, Symbian, Meego and Java developers. Nokia also said it will continue...

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