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Contiki is an open source operating system for the Internet of Things. Contiki allows tiny, battery-operated low-power systems communicate with the Internet. The Internet of Things is catchphrase for a collection of technologies that make it possible to connect things like sensors and actuators to the Internet, thereby allowing the physical world to be accessed through software. It is best suited for handled PDA and mobile devices.
The OpenSync project provides synchronization framework. OpenSync's main and most practical goal is to create a solution to synchronize PIM (Personal Information Management - addressbook contacts, calendar events and tasks, personal notes, etc) data between mobile devices like mobile phones, PDAs (Personal Digital Assistant), desktop computer PIM tools and services.
The BBBQ API is a set of code samples and implementations of rotation gesture commands with the sole purpose of triggering stop/go actions on accelerometer-based devices, inspired by the popular red/green table device used by Brazilian steakhouses (churrascarias-rodizio) At the current stage the library is focused on the iPhone portrait/landscape switch action.
HTCFlasher -formerly known as HERMflasher- is an open source tool which allows you to flash ROMs on most current HTC devices. It has some extra features that the original HTC RUU doesn't have, like for example it can present a serial prompt to the bootloader (replacing mtty). YANG is Yet Another NBH Generator. A tool that allows you to generate custom NBH files out of ROM parts (.nb) files. You can choose the CID, ModelID, Language, etc. and also adjust the NBH signature size, thus making valid
Share images on NT, 2000, XP, Vista, Windows Mobile 5.x & 6.x devices from anywhere in the World. See something you like take a picture of it with your Mobile device and share it immediately with your friends anywhere in the world! ClickNServe is BuddyShare enabled. Requirement: A working Internet connection.
ColdSync is a tool for synchronizing Palm OS devices (PalmPilot, Palm V, Qualcomm PDQ, etc.) with Unix workstations. This is an open source project, and is free for both commercial and non-commercial use, under the terms of the Artistic license.
Fit2pda - Program program splits pages of scanned books into lines and split lines into parts so tha
Fit2PDAFit2PDA splits pages of scanned books into lines and split lines into parts so that they fit into PDA display. Fit2PDA will produce html with images having width of screen of your device. Fit2PDA also may be useful to convert handwritten lecture notes, but youâ€™d better to use some methods to improve image quality, especially contrast, and suppress squares. Example of workhttp://anton_nazarov.fatal.ru/doku.php?id=projects:qtsplitter:example How to useHow to use More on reading Former pro
Currency Exchange application for mobile devices (cellphones and PDA). Supports updating currency rate from remote server, requires at least MIDP 2.0/CLDC 1.1. Screenshot
J2ME utility for calculating any kind of Check Digits.
If some person have a PDA, they can install this software and later anyone can track they in pc (they see the real position of PDA with Google Maps)