September 1, 2014
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Developing Java-Based Mobile Games
With 1.2 billion cell phones in the world, mobile game development has become a lucrative industry. Use your existing Java knowledge to learn mobile development basics while building your first game!

For the Second Year in a Row, Readers call the J2ME Wireless Toolkit Number One!
Sun beat out some tough competition this year to keep its title of our reigning wireless product.

Java Studio Enterprise 7 and NetBeans 4.0 Announced
Java Studio Enterprise 7 and NetBeans 4.0 were announced this week.

Nominations for Product of the Year Have Begun!
Here is your chance to help us determine which products should be called Product of the Year 2005 in their respective category.

KICK START J2ME(tm) Development with BlackBerry(r)
Get a quick introduction to BlackBerry and learn some of it's differences when compared to developing J2ME applications on mobile phones. Product of the Year 2003 Results
The votes have been counted. See what you chose as the Product of the Year 2003.

BREW & J2ME: Let's Be Friends!
Discover how to narrow the gap between BREW and J2ME as well as learn insight into the design process for using these technologies.

It Slices, It Dices, It's 6 Gadgets In One!
Nokia released the N-Gage. It might not slice and dice, but it does roll a lot of things into one small device!

Programming Certifications: Java 2
Are you a Java guru? Do you have the paper to prove it? Learn about some of the options available for official Java certification.

J2ME Game Optimization Secrets
Discover how to optimize your J2ME code for performance where it counts using the Wireless Toolkit Profiler Utility.

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