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Google Gadgets for Linux provides a platform for running desktop gadgets under Linux, catering to the unique needs of Linux users. We are compatible with the gadgets written for Google Desktop for Windows as well as the Universal Gadgets on iGoogle. Following Linux norms, this project is open-sourced under the Apache License.
Never again find yourself not knowing the exact phase of the moon, even when it's cloudy outside. Moon Phase quietly but accurately displays the phase of the moon anywhere on your desktop, any time of day. Visit Gadget Page
Choose from a list of major cities around the world or define your own if it's not on the list. Set one of six layouts for your clocks and choose a design and a background for each clock independently. Add up to 15 clocks and never loose track of time again.
Tweet Gadget is a Google Desktop Gadget that allows you to receive the latest Twitters from your friends and post what you're doing, right from your desktop.
A nice new calculator never far from your desktop. Use it with a standard keyboard layout. If you're a user of this gadget and want some help or an overview of the available functions, you can go at the Calculator gadget page. If you're a developer and want to help with this open-source ... [More]
Twitter gadget allows you to receive the latest Twitters from your friends and post what you're doing, right from your desktop.
Search Wikipedia from your desktop without opening a web browser. To learn more about the gadget, visit the project homepage. Anyone who wants to contribute to the project is welcome!
google-code-feed-gadget is an OpenSocial Gadget for displaying headlines and metadata from multiple feeds. You can see the gadget live on many of the pages on Google Code. Here are some examples: Gadgets API OpenSocial This gadget can be added to your iGoogle page by clicking here: Add ... [More]
Never lose track of your juice. Always tell at a glance how much battery power is left. Green indicates above 50% charged. Yellow means 20% to 50% charged. Red means below 20% charged. An icon shows whether you are plugged in or not. Pull it off the sidebar to place it in your favorite place on the desktop.