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Sun goes gadget

The company's growing list of Java partners--detailed this week at the JavaOne conference--shows its new commitment to getting small.

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Sun's growing list of Java partners--detailed this week at the JavaOne conference--shows its new commitment to getting small.

"The [embedded] world is ballooning anyway, with or without Java."

- Anne Thomas, analyst with the Patricia Seybold Group

 


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