Here is some of Microsoft realization under Ballmer direction:
Hotmail buyout, now in a steady decline ever since
WebTV, does anybody still know what it is?
WMA DRM, after M$ screwed all their partner, they finally...
Originally Posted by JD88
ART is the solution to the issues with Oracle. It's already in place on the new Nexus devices. It's a native solution that solves the Java VM issues and will cause Android apps to run much more...
Originally Posted by Tallest Skil
The implication that we’re not constantly bathed in radiation of all frequencies all day, every day doesn’t lend much credence to your argument.
I think you've missing...
Originally Posted by d4NjvRzf
I see. That said, silicon vendors like Qualcomm do maintain their own builds of Dalvik which are more closely tailored to their chips compared to the AOSP Dalvik (see...
Originally Posted by Cpsro
Does ART use a different API? Because the court case involves copyright infringement of the Java API. ART appears to be a compiler for Java... ahem, Dalvik code, and the Java API is still...
Originally Posted by Negafox
Google is moving towards ART like you mentioned which compiles downloaded apps to native code rather than interpreted via Dalvik. Plus, it yields far better performance.