Java2me news http://news.java2me.org/ News about Java 2 Micro Edition en Nucleus v3.0 RC (c) you blog http://backend.userland.com/rss http://news.java2me.org/nucleus/nucleus2.gif Java2me news Siemens launches wireless USB Skype phone adapter http://news.java2me.org/?itemid=59 Siemens announced a number of USB-compatible handsets that work with VoIP software from Skype. Users simply plug a wireless USB adapter into anotebook or PC running an updated version of Skype and make phone calls using the VoIP service. Calls to... General http://news.java2me.org/?itemid=59#trackback Fri, 12 Nov 2004 09:56:02 +0100 Vodafone, Fox to offer mobile version of TV series http://news.java2me.org/?itemid=58 Twentieth Century Fox yesterday said it would create a series of one-minute dramas based on its hit show "24" for Vodafone's new 3G live! service.Vodafone will begin offering the one-minute episodes in January in the UK, coinciding with the start... General http://news.java2me.org/?itemid=58#trackback Fri, 12 Nov 2004 09:55:24 +0100 J2ME Polish http://news.java2me.org/?itemid=57 A great tool for a j2me developer: J2ME PolishWhat is J2ME Polish?J2ME Polish is suite of tools for creating "polished" J2ME applications. Each tool meets a definite need of J2ME developers: Build-tools with an integrated device-database, a power... General http://news.java2me.org/?itemid=57#trackback Fri, 17 Sep 2004 15:52:35 +0200 mSwing http://news.java2me.org/?itemid=56 microSwing (now mSwing) is a midp2.0 user interface framework that enable developers to create sophisticated gui application for j2me midp2.0.Why mSwing?mSwing was developed because actually j2me has a very poor support for gui developing. The ma... General http://news.java2me.org/?itemid=56#trackback Sun, 5 Sep 2004 10:49:28 +0200 Nokia, Vodafone push to unify mobile Java http://news.java2me.org/?itemid=55 Nokia and Vodafone have launched an initiative to simplify and help unify mobile Java standards and applications. The two companies hope to drive development of specifications for an open standards-based mobile Java services architecture. Nokia a... General http://news.java2me.org/?itemid=55#trackback Thu, 26 Aug 2004 21:43:08 +0200 mjabber | The J2ME Jabber Instant-Messaging Client for Java enabled Mobiles http://news.java2me.org/?itemid=54 "mJabber is an instant messaging client for mobile phones, PDA or other wireless devices. It is written in J2ME. You can send and receive messages like on any other pc instant messaging application like ICQ, MSN Messenger, etc. There's no need to... General http://news.java2me.org/?itemid=54#trackback Sun, 23 May 2004 11:29:28 +0200 Home Page | Tipic http://news.java2me.org/?itemid=53 "TIMP is a scalable and secure Instant Messaging Server for Windows 2000 and XP based on the Open XMPP/Jabber(TM) Protocol. TIMP is ideal for companies wanting to run their own IM Server over an Intranet across the Internet and on Wired and Wirel... General http://news.java2me.org/?itemid=53#trackback Wed, 19 May 2004 10:06:57 +0200 develop{net} - J2ME mobile solutions http://news.java2me.org/?itemid=52 "kCommand is an ultra-lightweight generic command architecture that provides a simple and effective mechanism for J2ME clients to execute remote commands on J2EE servers over HTTP." develop{net} - J2ME mobile solutions General http://news.java2me.org/?itemid=52#trackback Wed, 19 May 2004 10:02:37 +0200 Antenna Home http://news.java2me.org/?itemid=51 "Antenna provides a set of Ant tasks suitable for developing wireless Java applications targeted at the Mobile Information Device Profile (MIDP). With Antenna, you can compile, preverify, package, obfuscate, and run your MIDP applications (aka MI... General http://news.java2me.org/?itemid=51#trackback Wed, 19 May 2004 09:29:40 +0200 Jason Lam's WebSite :: jasonlam604 :: http://news.java2me.org/?itemid=50 Jason Lam released the version 0.5.5  of his free book "This book is about programming with J2ME on wireless devices with focus on developing games. It is assumed you have some knowledge and programming experience with J2ME and J2SE. The book doe... General http://news.java2me.org/?itemid=50#trackback Wed, 19 May 2004 09:29:11 +0200