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Java JDK 7 marks Feature Complete

Java JDK 7 marks Feature Complete

Java 7 is just around the corner with JDK 7 project  reaching the “Feature Complete (FC)” phase of software development cycle. What this means that development and QA have finished… Read more »

Java would Run inside Javascript runtime Environment (besides JVM)

Java would Run inside Javascript runtime Environment (besides JVM)

VP of Java development at Oracle has hinted that the Java 7 is taking shape and could get its public stable release within coming months. There were couple of other… Read more »

Android Visual Layout Editor gets better, feat. Drag Drop and goodness

Android Visual Layout Editor gets better, feat. Drag Drop and goodness

After being an iOS developer for almost an year, migration to Android has been delightful. One of my first (and infact last) complaint with Android programming has been its “half-baked” Visual layout editor… Read more »

How to Reverse Engineer USB [Kinect]

How to Reverse Engineer USB [Kinect]

The  hottest thing among geeks and programmers is reverse engineering USB devices. These days, the most popular topic is the Xbox Kinect hacks and here we’ve a guide on How… Read more »

Adobe AIR 2.5 launches for PC, Phone, Tablet, TV

Adobe AIR 2.5 launches for PC, Phone, Tablet, TV

Apple might have ditched Adobe Flash, AIR but this brand is out to prove its worth. Adobewill eventually become a significant player in the app space, thanks to its today’s… Read more »

James Gosling – Future of Java, His Life Story [Podcast]

James Gosling – Future of Java, His Life Story [Podcast]

Oracle’s Java  One is just over, and there’s hardly any buzz about it. Is Java really Dead? o, No not even near, its still growing. After moving on from Oracle… Read more »

Oracle to Accelerate Mobile, Java runtime

Oracle to Accelerate Mobile, Java runtime

Everyone seems to be ditching Oracle after it’s acquisiton of Sun Microsystems first over Killing OpenSolaris, and recently because of the Java lawsuit on Google Android. The good leaders –… Read more »

Google Artificial Intelligence with Prediction API

Google Artificial Intelligence with Prediction API

“Train it with data, get recommendations back”. That’s what Google Prediction API does for you. The Prediction API enables quick and easy automation of repetitive tasks. It accesses Google’s machine… Read more »

Terracotta – The Future of Databases

Terracotta – The Future of Databases

Often when a new technology comes into makret, there are groups that resist the change and others look for the new bright sides. The case is no different for what… Read more »

Write Android Apps without Programming Knowledge

Write Android Apps without Programming Knowledge

Thanks to the app revolution, everyone wants to Develop Android, iPhone Applications, even if they are not programmers. Google understands you, that is why they are bringing Android software development to… Read more »

Install Ubuntu on Nexus One

Install Ubuntu on Nexus One

After a successful port of Ubuntu and Android on HD2, developers from Xda have successfully ported Ubuntu to Google  Nexus One. With this guide you can DualBoot Android with Ubuntu… Read more »

Java 4-Ever: Open Source love in Microsoft Family

Java 4-Ever: Open Source love in Microsoft Family

I passed out of grad college as an electronics engineer with little background of programming and luckily enough my first job involved Java/j2ee. The need of the hour was to… Read more »

Google Services now available from CommandLine Linux Tool

Google Services now available from CommandLine Linux Tool

Google shows its love for linux by unveiling a commandLine tool that would enable Linux users to have Cloud Computing on fingertips. The new Tool, GoogleCL enables access to all Google… Read more »

Android Dalvik JIT, Internals in Froyo

Android Dalvik JIT, Internals in Froyo

There was a along lived myth that claimed “java is slow”. Over the years, we’ve seen Java going faster, and occupying the enterprise, eventually, the mobile space. Running the desktop… Read more »

Google I/O 2010 Expectations, Speculations

Google I/O 2010 Expectations, Speculations

Google I/O, One of the biggest developer’s conference from Google kickstarts wednesday, 19th May. Enthusiasts are speculating announcements Google will make this season to heat up the market. To summarize, we expect… Read more »

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