Linked by diegocg on Mon 12th Nov 2007 19:45 UTC
Google Google has finally released Android, the opensource platform that will be used by the Open Handset Alliance. The platform is based in the Linux kernel, freetype, sqlite, webkit, a 2D/3D subsystem and other pieces, but the application framework is built in Java using a embedded-optimized VM called Dalvik. The SDK is available for Linux, Mac and Win and it includes an emulator. Video here. Update: The WebKit browser failed to render the desktop version of OSNews, so now we feed it our mobile one.
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RE: way to go.
by Savior on Mon 12th Nov 2007 22:59 UTC in reply to "way to go."
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Hey, hasn't j2me received its "semi-official" death blow yet? I kind of remember reading something from Jonathan, that it has become superfluous due to the phones getting smarter and smarter. I still believe that the desktop JRE is overkill for a phone, though.

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