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» LWUIT Gets Public Release

Sun Microsystems has released a new development kit aimed at mobile software developers, which will allow developers to create user interfaces for Java-based mobile phone applications. Called the “Light-Weight UI Toolkit” or LWUIT, the package is available direct from the company. The company hopes that the open source LWUIT will make it easier for Java […]

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» Metismo Supports Antix in Bedrock

  UK Company Metismo have announced that will support Antix Labs’ Antix Game Player technology in its Bedrock Cross Complier tool.   What this means is it will now be quicker and enables developers to automatically convert J2ME or DoJa application to other languages including C++ and Flash (ActionScript 3.0).   Although these ports won’t […]

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» Eitarosoft Takes Mobile Users to Another World

  Japanese mobile gaming company Eitarosoft is diversifying in to Second Life style worlds, with an innovative new service called Lamity.   Designed purely for mobile phones, users are able to wander around, chatting to each other as well as playing 3D games.   Lamity will be in the hands of Japanese mobile users soon, […]

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» Jexin 0.5 Released

Version 0.5 of Jexin has been released under the Apache License 2.0.   Jexin is a web based functional testing/debugging platform for Java applications. The user can view details about the execution path (stack trace) in one or more JVM(s) and inject exceptions into the path to simulate faults. Jexin supports several views of stack […]

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» Aricent Takes Celltop to the International Market

After Alltel had Celltop exclusively for a year, Aricent is taking its solution to the international market, offering it up for operators using BREW or Java (J2ME). Designed to make it easier for end-users to find and manage their content, Alltel has received many accolades for Celltop, but few have heard about Aricent. The Company […]

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» Anyone For Tennis?

While the 2007 version of Tennis Open by Gameloft is still one of the best selling mobile phone sports games of all time, it seems as though Wimbledon 2008 could actually better the earlier version. As we approach the run up to Wimbledon what better time to start putting the rumours around? What better time […]

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» Sun Microsystems Set To Lift Final JAVA Restrictions

While many were under the impression that JAVA was already a full open sourced code, this was not strictly true, until now! Sun Microsystems have agreed to remove the final restrictions on the JAVA system and release the full coding to the open source market. This is excellent news and is sure to see a […]

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» Hands Up Who Has Tried Mobile Gaming

While the technology is there, the programming capabilities are there, but has mobile gaming actually hit the masses yet? Or is it something which has not quite set the world alight at the moment? When you read the mobile gaming figures from around the world it is easy to assume that this area of the […]

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» Java Coming to iPhone After All

Sun takes a close look at the iPhone SDK, and decides within few hours that the Java Virtual Machine is very doable   Sun Microsystems is now planning to launch a Java Virtual Machine (JVM) for the Apple’s iPhone in this summer, and “some time after the June,” as per the InfoWorld. This virtual machine […]

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» Motorola seeks mobile unity at JavaOne

Eclipse and Motorola will use a JavaOne conference in the San Francisco in order to unveil the open source initiatives present in the mobile development and in modeling, respectively. Citing fragmentation present in JavaME (Java Micro Edition) world, the Motorola shall issue the call to unify the mobile Java. It shall offer its Java sample […]

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