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March 18, 2020
WebWire
Oracle JDK 14 represents more than two years of on-time six-month feature releases, bringing innovation and predictability to developers Oracle JDK 14 adds new features to improve developer productivity, including Java language support for switch expressions, new APIs for continuous monitoring of JDK Flight Recorder data, and extended availability of the low-latency Z Garbage Collector to macOS and Windows This new release includes three preview features: Pattern Matching for instan...
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December 18, 2019
the Guardian
A Homo erectus skull found in Kenya. Photograph: Zute Lightfoot/Alamy
Paul Rincon
December 18, 2019
BBC News
An ancient ancestor of modern humans survived into relatively recent times in South-East Asia.
May 1, 2019
WebWire
This unique story of a grand dad which begins in May 1940 when he joined the Royal Artillery, totally unaware of the horrors the future had in store for him for the next 3 years as a prisoner of war in Java by the Japanese., , , , The book contains his recollections of the hell he endured during his capture and very painful memories and experiences. Inside the book are the actual post-cards in his hand writing, few and far between but so important to his wife and family from the prison camp i...
December 28, 2018
AP NEWS
JAKARTA, Indonesia (AP) -- Bad weather and a massive ash column hampered efforts to assess whether Indonesia's Anak Krakatau volcano island could trigger another deadly tsunami as authorities said Friday the search for victims in the worst-affected province will continue into January. Indonesia's disaster agency said that 426 people died in the Sunda Strait tsunami that struck Sumatra and Java without warning on Saturday. That was slightly lower than previously announced due to some victims being recorded twice. It said 23 are missing and more than 40,000 displaced.