Run Java applications on your Windows computer.
A notable figure in the world of programming has joined the search and Internet giant, but it's not yet clear what he'll do at Google.
Apple has released a quick update to iTunes 10.2 that was released a few days ago. In addition, Apple has released updates to Java.
According to results of EnterpriseDB survey, 46 percent of respondents believe open-source projects like MySQL will stagnate under Oracle ownership.
Florian Mueller, a free-software advocate, has found files that appear to back up Oracle's claims that Google infringed Java copyrights.
Saying the platform is completely under Oracle's control, the Apache Software Foundation resigns from the Java Community Process Executive Committee.
Starting with the upcoming version 7 of Java, Oracle will deliver the Mac OS X version of the software. Also: past Java friction between Apple and Oracle.
Apache Software Foundation says it will pull out of the Java Community Process unless Oracle allows the certification of the Apache Harmony project.
Amendment to Oracle's patent-infringement lawsuit against Google claims the latter "directly copied" from the former's Java code.
Apple updates Java for Mac OS X 10.6, but hints that it's winding down its support in future versions of the operating system.
Updates for Apple's new 2010 model MacBook Air are available to prevent system hangs, as well as an update to Java running on OS X 10.6.