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An anonymous reader writes "With the first anniversary of open-source Java coming up November 13, a Sun official believes the project could bear a sought-after fruit in the Java community: The porting of Java to the Apple iPhone.
Apple has not made Java capable of running on the popular device. But Sun's Terrence Barr, technical evangelist for the Java mobile and embedded community, believes Apple's plans to release an SDK for iPhone in early-2008 may result in the open-source phoneME version of Java ME winding up on iPhone."
Its not exactly the same thing, the MIT clock has a much higher cool factor. The helicopter flies away, but the alarm clock itself stays on the table. You just have to get propeller on top of the alarm clock again to make it shut up...