While most people associate Java and maybe Kotlin with Android, the low-level parts of the mobile OS are written in C and C++.
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The U.S. Supreme Court ruled today in Google v. Oracle and sided 6-2 with the online giant in determining that its copying of Java code constitutes fair use.
Two months after the U.S. Supreme Court agreed to hear Google’s appeal in the Java case, the search giant filed its opening brief.
The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to hear Google’s appeal in the Oracle court case concerning its use of Java.
Sun was the more powerful adversary, but Microsoft’s strategy against it was consistent with what it did to Netscape and the web.
Microsoft announced today that it will acquire jClarity to help drive increased performance for Java workloads on Azure.
Visual J++ is a historical footnote today, but it’s fascinating to go back and see what Microsoft did with the Java platform.
Microsoft wasted little time usurping the Java platform and creating Windows-only Java technologies that angered Sun Microsystems.
Let's quickly say hello to Java, the programming language and runtime environment that would go on to trigger a major Microsoft strategy shift.
Sun’s Java programming language and runtime environment were perfect for the Internet. And an existential threat to Windows.
A federal appeals court ruled today that Google violated U.S. copyright laws when it used Java software code to build its Android platform.