What is Java?
There are over 3 billion devices that use Java.
Java is a programming language and computer platform. It is technology that powers many programs and applications worldwide.
Java is free to download at http://java.com.
Java is used in video games, such as for Xbox and PS3, lottery terminals, medical devices, set-top boxes and Web cams.
It is also used in car navigation systems, Blu Ray discs and Blu Ray players, Google Maps and computers - in fact, over 850 million personal computers use Java worldwide.
It is also used with printers, routers, cell phones, BlackBerry, Kindle, credit cards, cable boxes, home security systems, parking meters, public transportation passes and ATMs or bank machines.
Java is run on iOS devices, such as Iphone and Ipad.
Java cards or smart cards.
Java-run applications include:
the Sun Spot device, a small, wireless, battery powered platform;
Project Looking Glass, an open source development project;
Flying Saucer, a 100% JAVA XHTML and CSS renderer;
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