Tag Archive: Java


Pay what you want for the Java Master Class Bundle!

Java is one of the most popular coding languages and is a great place to start if you’re interested in learning to code — but learning how to code means enrolling in a boot camp or a course at your local college right? Hell no!

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Right now, Android Central Digital Offers is letting you pay what you want for The Java Master Class Bundle. That means  [Read More…]

Court rules that Google owes Oracle for unfair use of Java in Android

Google could have to pay as much as $ 8.8 billion in damages.

For nearly 8 years, Oracle and Google have gone back and forth in a lawsuit in which Google was accused of unfairly using Java for the development of Android. The two companies have had their fair share of wins and losses over the years, but now a federal court in California has settled things once and for all.

The court ruled that Google didn’t  [Read More…]

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In today’s modern age, understanding coding is becoming more and more essential. So much so that some school districts are adding coding classes to their curriculum. Those who dove into the world of Java and other coding languages via a Computer Science degree or by self-taught methods a decade ago are well-positioned for a sustaining career.

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Digital Offers: Learn to code Java for only $39

In today’s modern age, understanding coding is becoming more and more essential. So much so that some school districts are adding coding classes to their curriculum. Those who dove into the world of Java and other coding languages via a Computer Science degree or by self-taught methods a decade ago are well-positioned for a sustaining career.

Are you second guessing your own career path, or simply interested in learning the basics of coding? Maybe you’re considering heading back to school  [Read More…]

Digital Offers: Pay what you want to learn how to code Java for Android!

Getting into Android app development in 2016 might seem daunting, especially if you have no previous coding experience. To get all the training needed to get up to speed, you may think you’d be looking at a semester or two of schooling at a technical college.

That’s simply not the case. You can learn everything you need to know about coding apps for Android all over the internet and at your own pace via engaging and interactive online courses. And  [Read More…]

Mobile Nations Weekly: Gems, Java, and smarts

Google wins in court, ZTE goes big, Tesla ramps up, Apple on the defensive, and the return of Windows Central Gems!

Windows Central Gems is back! With support from Microsoft we’re checking out some great and maybe overlooked apps across the Microsoft ecosystem — and giving away a bunch of great prizes to boot!

Google just scored a big win in its ongoing court battle with Oracle over Java APIs. It’s far from the end of  [Read More…]

Google wins legal fight with Oracle, jury rules for fair use of Java in Android

A jury has ruled for Google in its court fight against Oracle over the use of the company’s Java API in Android. The jury agreed with Google’s view that Android’s use of Java was covered under the fair use clause.

CNBC posted the ruling on its Twitter feed:

BREAKING: Jury rules in favor of Google on fair use in Oracle court battle.

— CNBC Now (@CNBCnow) May 26, 2016

The verdict is  [Read More…]

Android N to ditch Oracle’s proprietary Java APIs for OpenJDK

Google has confirmed that it is making the move from Oracle’s proprietary Java application programming interfaces (APIs) to OpenJDK, the open source version of the Java Development Kit, in Android N.

Appeals court sides with Oracle in fight with Google over Java

Oracle has won a round in its ongoing battle with Google over copyright protection of Java. The APIs used by Java were at issue in the case, with Oracle alleging the Google had used them without providing proper compensation. The case was first brought in 2010 by Oracle, and a 2012 San Francisco jury trial found that Google had not infringed and the judge on the case stating that APIs can’t be copyrighted to begin with.  [Read More…]

Java ME passes Android as number two mobile OS

Java ME passes Android as number two mobile OS

Just when you thought dumbphones were on a decline, think again. It turns out that the top three mobile operating systems as measured by usage share doesn’t belong to the usual suspects iOS, Android and Symbian  [Read More…]