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G-Bios (24-06-2008) (Android misc)

The G-Bios project aims at designing and developing a general architecture of bootloader/BIOS for Android and other embedded Linux.


1. Seperated into two parts: top half and bottom half.
2. Video BIOS Integerated.
3. Friendly user interface.
4. Auto-decting image file type and auto-burning intelligently.
5. etc.

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Sonic Flashcards (15-04-2008) (Android Application)

Sonic Flashcards is a dynamic flash card that uses memory techniques and multimedia to maximize learning.

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Where are You v0.1 (Android Application)

The service allows mutual location sharing between android device user.

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Android-VNC-Viewer (12-06-2008) (Android Application)

Android-VNC-Viewer is a VNC Viewer for Android phones. Android-VNC-Viewer is forked from tightVNC viewer.

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Bhoost (13-05-2008) (Android misc)

Lablz Browser Bhoost or simply Bhoost, is a shell around Android’s WebKit. Lablz aims to give Web Developers same power as Java developers to create Android applications which iPhone owners will envy.

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Tooldroid v0.5 (Beta) (Android misc)

Tooldroid is an Android Toolbox Project. More information is available in japanese(?) language by following the link below.

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Link It v0.7 (Android Game)

Link It is a “Try to connect” game. No further description in english is available (but in japanese?).

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MobiLogger v2008.2 (Android Application)

MobiLogger is a mobile blogging tool for the Android platform. It’s main design principles are:
* Do one thing (mobile blogging) and do it well
* No matter where your blog is hosted, it’ll be editable with MobiLogger
* Simpler is better

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Metroid v1.0 (Android Application)

Metroid is an Android itinerary planning application meant to help users with public transportation systems worldwide.

Further release notes:

Our ambition is to make Metroid, a must have for Android users traveling around the globe. We are committed to support as many cities as possible. Metroid has been designed with extensibility in mind. It is able to support any public transportation system provided that the right map is available.

Metroid is based on maps. A map encapsulates all data about a city : transportation lines, frequency, stops… Metroid maps are based on a very simple text based format. The map data will be mainly contributed by the community. A special utility has been created to turn the map data into a compact and efficient format to be transfered and used on android devices. Based on that open approach, virtually every city in the world will be supported. At the moment 7 cities are supported : Paris,San Francisco,Milan, Washington and Atlanta. Many more to come.

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Andpishti (Alpha) (Android Game)

Andpishti is a simple playing card game which supports single player and multi player options.

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