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Land-based bird populations are becoming confined to nature reserves in some parts of the world -- raising the risk of global extinction -- due to the loss of suitable habitat, according to a report led by UCL. Credit: University College LondonResea...

Original Article by TechSling Weblog: One of the most popular programming languages to create web apps and platforms is Java. It was designed for flexibility, … The post Java is the Ideal Platform for Developing Micro Services Applications in...

Residents of Siwal village in Sukoharjo regency, Central Java, found a headless cow statue on Monday presumed to date back to the ancient Mataram era. Officials from the Sukoharjo Culture and Tourism Agency and the Culture and Education Agency measu...

A phenomenal 700,000-year-old ancient dwarf elephant (Stegodon) fossil has been found in Banjarejo Village, Grobogan Regency, Central Java, a conservation agency announced on Wednesday. Excavations at Mata Menge exposing the fossil bones of pygmy St...

National Coffee Day is one of the better fake food and drink holidays because businesses tend to celebrate by giving a free cup of it (usually hot, and usually the smallest size) to java-loving customers around the country. But after finishing that s...

 Skymind, a company developing an open-source deep-learning library for Java, along with tools for implementation, today closed $3 million in financing from Tencent, SV Angel, GreatPoint Ventures, Mandra Capital and Y Combinator. Skymind w...

Construction workers have found 22 small gold plaques estimated to date back to the eighth century, in Ringilarik village, Musuk district, Boyolali in Central Java. The 22 inscribed gold plaques found in a stone box in Ringinlarik village in Musuk d...