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Simple editor for openstreetmap.org map data. OSM2Go is particularly suited for small-screen portable systems such as subnotebooks, handheld devices and netbooks which do not have a network connection at all times. OpenStreetMap is the free, editable map of the world: the Wikipedia of maps.
PandoraPanic! is an intense minigame challenge with a variety of games contributed by the GP32X.com community. Check out The Wiki With videos, (more) linux and windows executables, and basic help. Project discussion: GP32X If you are a beginning c++ programmer with some experience in other ... [More]
Project DescriptionThis project seeks to implement encrypted streaming audio and video in conjunction with Penn State's Extreme Events Lab (EEL), part of the College of Information Sciences and Technology's Center for Network-Centric Cognition and Information Fusion (NC2IF) Hardware ... [More]
The Google Search Appliance XHTML Stylesheet defines a user interface for your Google Search Appliance that conforms to modern web standards including XHTML 1.0 Strict, XHTML Mobile Profile (XHTML-MP) and CSS 2.1. It generates well-formed, valid markup and is accessible in a variety of browsers and ... [More]
The Google Search Appliance Mobile Stylesheet defines a user interface for your Google Search Appliance to enable enterprise search by mobile workers. It customizes the look and behavior of Google's search page and search results page for optimal viewing on handheld devices. These devices ... [More]
Welcome to Mozilla platform ports on Symbian OS. This project is used for hosting source codes of Mozilla platform ports on Symbian OS, before they get checked into Mozilla trunk source tree. For further information, please find visit Symbian page on Mozilla wiki.
A set of drivers for special Braille hardware on Google Android, and Openmoko as well as a screen reader baseed on eSpeak/Cepstral for Google Android, Openmoko and any other device using the X interface, making these devices accessible. Slimvoice provides the equiptment listed above with the ... [More]
The Meggy Jr: http://www.evilmadscientist.com/article.php/meggyjr http://code.google.com/p/meggy-jr-rgb/ This project is creating a flash emulator of this open source handheld device. Goals: Have the hardware classes mimic the real hardware as close as possible. Create an interpreter of Meggy ... [More]
LocalWiki aims to provide a simple method to mirror wikipedia (or any other mediawiki with xml-dump capabilities) to a local or handheld device. Currently I am in the process of porting Encyclopodia to the J2ME platform. As soon as there is a working base it will be posted.