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Sun shines spotlight on Java

At the JavaOne conference, Sun details its plans for segmenting and spreading Java to new markets as challenges from other companies take shape.

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At the JavaOne conference, Sun details its plans for segmenting and spreading Java to new markets as challenges from other companies take shape.

"It makes sense for the Palm OS, because it's the most popular OS for personal digital assistants."

- Analyst Anne Thomas of the Patricia Seybold Group

 


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