Archive for the “Maemo Applications” Category
17 09 2010
07 09 2010
This guide will cover Jailbreaking your PS3 with the N900 using PSFreedom and installing and running the PSJailbreak Backup Manager(Working!!).
05 09 2010
Here a quick look at the PSFreedom app, the first PSJailbreak using the N900 running Maemo. This is done thanks to a linux kernel module, which will hopefully be ported to other devices..
30 08 2010
HDR Capture is a High-Dynamic-Range Imaging (HDRI) application for the Nokia N900, especially useful in situations when there is too much light, such as a portrait of a person with a bright sky behind her. The camera takes up to three images with different exposure settings and combines them to an image that shows the details of both the foreground and background objects, without under or over-exposing any of them.
28 08 2010
Heres a video preview of the new Fennec (Firefox) browser for Nokia N900 and Android devices. Try Fennec alpha for Android and the Nokia N900 by visiting Firefox.com/m/alpha on your phone.
Built on the same technology platform as Firefox 4 for the desktop, this alpha release of Fennec is designed and optimized for browsing on a mobile phone, yet ships with many of your favorite Firefox desktop features like Firefox Sync, Add-ons and the Awesome Bar.
Highlights of this release include:
28 08 2010
The Alpha release of the next major version of Fennec is now available for Android and Nokia N900 users to download and test. Fennec (codename for Firefox mobile) is the first mobile browser to offer add-ons and is built on the same technology that powers desktop Firefox. The latest version of Fennec builds on the rich set of features from the previous release and makes it easier for you to bring your Firefox experience with you anywhere.
27 08 2010
NITDroid is a work in progress project being worked on by 3 main devs but alot of other people helping also, to resurrect the seemingly dead original NITDroid. This project is hoping to create a stable and working port of the Android OS for the Nokia Internet Tablets (N8x0 and N900).
Coming soon in NitDroid:
22 08 2010
This prototype from the University of Manchester (UK) shows an Active Appearance Model tracking 22 facial features (superimposed in yellow and red) in real-time on a Nokia N900 mobile phone. This demo was developed for the EU-funded 'Mobile Biometrics' (MoBio) project as part of a face verification system for access control (e.g. instead of a password to access your social networking profile) on mobile devices such as smartphones.