Build Enterprise Portals. See how BEA's WebLogic platform has made the process of building enterprise portal applications easier and more efficient.
Separate Business Logic from Components. Forget J2EE-related components. Use "multiface" coding to complete projects faster.
Fred — Mash That Trash-JDK Innovation.
Jeremy — Disk wait monitoring in Linux?
Keith — Scary Java statistic.
Better Java Garbage Collection with IBM's JDK 1.4. This article discusses incremental compaction, a new feature in the memory management component of IBM JDK 1.4.0.
Power Mac G5 benchmarks questioned. Why am I not surprised?
First tests: 3.2-GHz Pentium 4. The processor modestly outruns systems based on Intel's previous top chip and splits the contest with systems based on Athlon XP 3200+.
Power Mac G4s and G5s compared. The PowerPC 970 is the first modern PowerPC to embrace a 64-bit architecture.
Review of the HP's new iPAQ 2215 Pocket PC.
ViewSonic's V36. Built-in digital camera, a 300MHz processor, 64MB of RAM, and an optional SDIO wireless card.
NYT: Fox Television to Add HDTV to Primetime by Fall 2004.
Sharp Convertible Tablet. Sharp Actius TN10W.
Dell Unveils Workstation-Style Notebook. Precision Workstation M60 laptop.
Les processeurs du G5 sont amovibles? G5 processors are removable, sitting on daughter cards.
Business 2.0: The Next Big Thing...The Cell Phone.
Pics of Moto's Linux Phone. A760 and E380.
Upwardly Mobile Java. Call it a paradigm shift if you want.
Fred — JavaPro Does a Hanni?
Greg — Dr. Dobb's Java E-zine.
Howard — Book Update.
Dave — Comments.
Damien — Waiting for PHP 5.
Pete — Macromedia DevNet Devices.
JDiff 1.0.9, HTML report of API differences.
iSight: The First Five Minutes., from the and-now-I-see! dept.
Palm's loss narrows on flat sales. Out with the old, in with the new.
An AI tool for the real world. Knowledge modeling with Protégé.
Java World news feed.
Diego — IEEE article on overlay networks.
Guys Talk More On Mobile's. Cingular’s annual survey.
Fred — Encryption in MIDP 2.0.
Simon — Sun Bloggers.
fx — GLUE 4.1 available.
Alleged software thief within Microsoft. A former Microsoft employee accused of stealing software worth $17 million was charged with 62 counts of mail and computer fraud.
More on Gateway's first Pocket PC. 100X Pocket PC.
Toshiba updates ‘desktop replacement’ notebook line. Satellite A20-S207, A25-S207 and A25-S307.
Glenn — Apple Delays WPA.
Mark — SOAP 1.2 is a W3C Recommendation.
Cedric — Sanyo 8100.
Charles — WebKit: Embedding Safari.
Aaron — Lucene HTML Parser alternative.
Sony Ericsson withdraws from US CDMA sector. Cost-cutting.
J2EE 1.4 eases Web service development. Java's new Web service client and server programming models.
O2 Takes Java Apps. Pinpoint Networks announced the launch of J2ME application delivery services on their Fuel platform with mobile operator, O2.
Java.net - Sun's answer to Microsoft?
Mind over mobile. Microsoft starts to think about life after Pocket PC.
JSP TestRunner, a tag library for performing JUnit test cases/suites from a JSP page.
UPS offers XML access. UPS Europe is rolling out XML-based access to its core systems.
BBC generates lots and lots of feeds. All BBC News indexes now RSS'd.
Simon — Jini 2.0 tutorial/book.
Mark— Yet More on SCO and the GPL.
Dave — Safari Download Size.
Stefan — Apple's Linux Problem.
Airlines starting to fly with Linux. A few airline IT managers may be virulently anti-Linux, but others are considering Linux as their next-generation operating system.
Microsoft picks new chief privacy strategist. Peter Cullen will help the company continue to develop its Trustworthy Computing initiative.
Hello, iPod. Goodbye, MD. Apple's new ad campaign for the iPod in Japan.
On June 24, 2000 —KISS auctioned off memorabilia from their touring days. The items brought in $876,000 on the first day of the two day event.