Monday, March 10, 2008 

Java and iPhone

It took a while, but after a long period of waiting, but Java support for the iPhone and iPod Touch has finally been announced by Sun and Apple.

Sun has started with bringing J2me to the iPhone and iPod Touch. Sun also announced that if proven popular, Java FX and J2se will also be prepared for launch on Apple's devices. Sun will make as much iPhone and iPod touch functionalities available in their Java virtual machines.

The J2me virtual machine will not come standard with future firmware updates of the devices. Consumers have to get it installed through the new Apple App Store which will be introduced with the 2.0 firmware.

source: Mobile Games Blog

Friday, March 07, 2008 

iPhone SDK & App Store

Today Apple announced the iPhone SDK for the creation of native applications for the iPhone. But as important, they also released the App Store, and with it, their approach or solution to the application distribution issue, a live catalog of applications right on the iPhone, of applications that can be downloaded over-the-air.



Tuesday, March 04, 2008 

Google Gears Mobile API

"Ever use a mobile web application and suddenly lose your cell connection? That's happened to me many times. If you've shared my pain, you'll be excited to know that we've launched Google Gears for mobile, which lets users access Gears-enabled mobile web apps offline. Initially available for Internet Explorer Mobile on Windows Mobile 5 and 6 devices, mobile web app developers have already started integrating Gears for mobile into their online services."

Shifting Google Gears to mobile

Google Gears Mobile API

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