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Startup's mission to make the best coffee in space

What is the perfect cup of coffee? There will be different views in beans and water temperature. How about beans held microgravity and then roasted on orbital re-entry? This is what one intrepid startup is planning.

Oracle's claim over Android's use of Java dismissed by jury

A judge has ruled that Google did not infringe on the copyright of software giant Oracle by using its Java programming language in Android without paying royalties. Oracle intends to appeal the decision which has been welcomed by software developers.

Google may adopt Apple's programming language as Android default

Google could be planning to adopt Apple's open-source Swift programming language for use in building Android apps. Doing so would be a huge task requiring the rewrite of many existing code libraries but would free Google from its ongoing issues with Java.

Windows 10 will be able to run Android and iOS apps

Microsoft has confirmed at the Build developer conference that Windows 10 will be capable of running apps originally written for Android and iOS. The feature will make it easier for app creators to bring their designs over to Microsoft's platform.

Is a taste for Java in the genes?

Why do some people drink more coffee than others? The answer could lie with genetic differences, according to a new study.

Mass evacuation in Indonesia as Mount Kelud volcano erupts

Surabaya - Thousands of people have fled their homes in east Java after Mount Kelud spewed volcanic ash and debris over an area so large, it has reached the big city of Surabaya, 80 miles away.

So is coffee good for you or bad for you?

Many recent studies have suggested that moderate coffee intake causes no harm (and may cause some good). However, a new study suggests that 'high' coffee consumption can reduce the lifespan.

JAVA hacker exploit prompts government advisory

The US Department of Homeland Security has issued an advisory, warning people to temporarily disable their computer's JAVA software to prevent potential attacks by hackers.

Is the world running out of coffee?

The days of enjoying your morning cup of coffee may be numbered, according to a new report from UK researchers.In it, the data shows by the year 2080, climate change could very well wipe out the beans needed to produce one of the world's largest exports.

FDA warns Magic Coffee has undeclared Viagra type ingredient

Washington - The FDA is warning Magic Power Coffee has a little more then magic in its list of ingredients. An undeclared chemical similar to that of Viagra has been found in this powerful java. When mixed with other medicines the effects can be deadly.

32 deaths reported after Java earthquake

A powerful earthquake in Jakarta, Indonesia has killed at least 32 and flattened homes. Twelve of the dead were found in Cikangkareng in Cianjur regency.

Report Confirms Drilling, Not Earthquake, Caused Java Mud Volcano

A two-year old mud volcano, which is still spewing huge volumes of mud, has displaced more than 30,000 people. It caused millions of dollars worth of damage was caused by the drilling of a gas exploration well.

At Least 80 Dead In Indonesia Landslides

Heavy rains in Indonesia have caused a series of floods that have triggered landslides in the Java region. As a result, at least 80 people have been killed by being buried alive under the landslides.

Confidential Microsoft memo: "Screw Sun, cross-platform will never work. Let's move on and steal Java

Confidential Microsoft memo says: "Screw Sun, cross-platform will never work. Let's move on and steal Java."

In Java 5, 0 is not always equal to 0

I dont know if there's any developers here! This is a nice article to test their presence.

Sun to Open-Source Java Under GPL v2

First, Sun Microsystems wouldn't do it. Then Sun teased us with it. Now, on Nov. 13, Linux-Watch has learned that Sun will finally open-source its implementations of Java under the GNU GPL v2

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