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Sun pushes cheaper Java cards November 17, 2003 Sun Microsystems plans to encourage broader use of its Java Card technology by offering consumers a lower-priced variant.
Company warns on IE patch April 15, 2006 IE security update can disrupt Google Toolbar, Java applications and Siebel programs, says maker of patch management software.
Sun moves into Google orbit October 4, 2005 Alliance aims to boost Sun's Java and Google's Web-based tools, but could also herald a challenge to Microsoft's hold on the PC.
Java goes back to the PC May 11, 2007 James Gosling, who helped create Sun Microsystems' Java software, is working to bring it back to its desktop computing roots.Making things easy with JavaFX Sun looks to jolt interest in Java
Sun tries again with consumer-flavored Java May 8, 2007 The server and software company comes full circle with Java, releasing a scripting language to ease desktop and device Java development.Video: Sun launches JavaFX
Sun puts Java into gear for cars June 29, 2004 The JavaOne crowd envisions a future with downloadable horn tunes as Sun's Jonathan Schwartz outlines a push to put Java in autos.
Sun looks to jolt interest in Java May 12, 2007 With its JavaOne conference under way, Sun aims to capitalize on the growing interest in so-called rich Internet applications.
Sun bets on free Java tool November 13, 2003 Developers won't pay a penny for the next version of Java application server, set for release next week, says the company's top software executive in a presentation of Sun's software plans.
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