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Daily Dose - Translating the PR-Speak in Oracle's Reply to the ASF

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Over the last two days the back-and-forth over TCKs continued between Apache and Oracle.  Stephen Colebourne, a certified Java Champion, knows this issue very well and was "amused" that Oracle would describe their TCK distribution terms as "fair, reasonable, and non-discriminatory."  Colebourne says that the TCK Oracle is willing to offer would not allow a tested Apache Harmony to be released under any open source license.  Tired of blogging about the Apache-Oracle/Sun struggle, Colebourne predicts that the Apache Software Foundation will fail to block progress on Java SE 7 and eventually leave the JCP.

Google CEO Tantalizes Fandroids with Nexus S and Gingerbread
"I said there wouldn't be a Nexus Two... I never said there wouldn't be a Nexus S," was the word from Google CEO Eric Schmidt at the Web 2.0 Summit this week.  In an interview, now on YouTube, Schmidt revealed that Android 2.3 "Gingerbread" would be coming within the next few weeks.  He also brought a soon-to-be-released Nexus S model to show off.  The smartphone contains a Near Field Communication Chip, which is used for quick, short range wireless transmissions.  Schmidt believes that this technology will replace credit cards in the future.

Solaris 11 Express Features ZFS Encryption and Dedup
The light version of Oracle's Solaris 11 operating system has shipped this week with some major upgrades for the Zettabyte File System (ZFS).  Added features include ZFS encryption, ZFS deduplication, network-based packaging and  provisioning systems, network virtualization, optimized I/O for NUMA platforms.  Remember, Solaris 11 Express can only be used in development, not production.

Sencha Touch 1.0 is Free
This week Sencha released their mobile development framework, Sencha Touch 1.0.  The product is now available for free under a commercial license, and anyone who bought Sencha Touch in pre-release will get a full refund.  Sencha Complete buyers will get an extra three months of support and maintenance.  The new release includes upgrades for list-scrolling and HTML5 forms support.

Apple Reveal Further OpenJDK Details
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