Tag: mobile

Πάροχοι mobile internet (3G) στην Ελλάδα και GNOME/Linux

Ο Dan Williams είναι ο βασικός προγραμματιστής για τα NetworkManager και ModemManager. Πρόσφατα ανακοίνωσε τις νέες δυνατότητες που έχει ο NetworkManager 0.8. Για να είναι σε θέση να γνωρίζει η διανομής σας όλες τις ιδιαιτερότητες του πάροχού σας για το mobile internet, μπορείτε να καταχωρήσετε τα στοιχεία ρυθμίσεων. Τα στοιχεία που υπάρχουν ήδη για Ελλάδα …

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GMail J2ME application for your mobile phone

We talked a couple of years ago about the Google J2ME (Java for Mobile devices such as mobile phones) application that you can download and install on your phone. With this application, you can run GMail on you mobile phone, and access your e-mails with your data plan (GPRS, EDGE or 3G). To install the …

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Writing J2ME applications in Linux

Here is an interesting article on writing J2ME applications in Linux. 😉 J2ME applications is software that runs on mobile phones that support Java applications. Most phones support such Java applications, and it’s good to get your phone to run at least your own Hello, World! program. Simoshttp://simos.info

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Droid fonts from Google (Android SDK)

Update 10Feb2009: The Droid fonts are now available from android.git.kernel.org (Download tar.gz archive), under the Apache License, Version 2.0. Ascender (the company who created Droid), has now a dedicated website at http://www.droidfonts.com/ (thanks Rex!). At this dedicated website, Ascender presents the Droid Pro family which has several additions to Droid. For the open-source crowd, it …

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Update on planet.ellak.gr

Planet EL/LAK (πλανήτης) is a blog aggregator of Greek-speaking users that work on free and open-source software. Though the users speak Greek, it is OK to write in English as well. We started in 2004 at http://xnum.sourceforge.net/PlanetHellas/ and quickly realised we had to move somewhere else. We enjoyed hosting at hellug.gr and in February 2007 …

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Important MO file optimisation for en_* locales, and partly others

During GUADEC, Tomas Frydrych gave a talk on exmap-console, a cut-down version of exmap that can work well on mobile devices. During the presentation, Tomas showed how to use the tool to find the culprits in memory (ab)use on the GNOME desktop. One issue that came up was that the MO files taking up space …

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