Le HTC TyTN est bien sympathique : Windows Mobile 5.0, écran 240×320 pixels, 3G, HSDPA, Wi-Fi et Bluetooth en plus du clavier rétractable.
WidSets from Nokia. It’s a very cool service that allows people to make simple widgets which get sent to your phone and run on your phone. They are similar to OS X widgets and do various things like read RSS feeds, show flickr images for a particular tag, or show a Technorati feed. It’s still […]
create your own visited countries map
Testing Boeing’s Connexion service from Tokyo to Franckfurt and all I can say is it feels almost like being home ! Download speeds go up to 15 kbytes/s and Skype chatting is possible without any problems (hi Seb and Fred !).
Je viens de tester un boitier Sipura 3000 avec le service SIP de Free et ça marche ! J’ai mon DECT branché sur le boitier qui accède soit à la ligne SIP soit à la ligne FT. J’avais déjà branché un PABX Asterisk directement sur la Freebox avec une carte XP-100 mais le son n’était […]
My Asterisk server is up and running. I got a FWD number and my SIP softphone works. I also opened a VoipBuster account and intend to use it to call my swiss friends for free. Next step is to connect the beast to my DECT phone and to my old phone line and the newer […]
The time has come. I have an Asterisk project I am starting and I have decided to comment it here. Maybe it will help others trying the same VOIP experimentations. So this was the time to upgrade my blogging tool : WordPress.
Un téléphone : deux lignes !
Calculate When You Are Most Awake. cjellibebi writes “Scientists have devised a formula that works out what times of the day you are most tired. Using their website, you can work out your … [Slashdot]
Rubik’s cube solver done in Lego. CubeSolver This robot solves the 3x3x3 Rubik’s Cube®. I started to think about this problem in about August of 2000. In Jan 2001 fellow Mindstorms forums user ‘agiecco’ announced his intention to work on a robotic solution and, simultaneously, I saw that Rubik’s Cubes were on sale at www.target.com. […]
RIP UltraEdit. When you have the right tools in hand, you can get your work done faster. I’m in love with the new version of PSPad. Dunno if it’s going to replace Metapad as ‘Notepad’ on my system, but I’m certainly going to start using this sucker for all of my text file editing. TopStyle […]
PearPC. PearPC is an open source PowerPC emulator that looks like it can even boot OS X. [Hack the Planet]
Petabox. Man, the Internet Archive is doing all kinds of cool stuff lately: The Petabox is a machine designed to safely store and process one petabyte of information. (If you have a hard time imagining what to do with 1PB of storage, consider the Google Operating System.) [Hack the Planet]
FreeCache. FreeCache is a system of cooperating caches to move large files of free content closer to users (but you can just call it the poor man’s Akamai). Like Coral but unlike BitTorrent or OCN it requires no client software. [Hack the Planet]
La Freebox permet de grosses économies sur votre facture de téléphone mais… vous perdez votre numéro de téléphone ! Il existe une solution : http://www.cazenave.fr/freebox !
Toothing. Why I wish Japanese phones had bluetooth. By Joichi Ito joi_nospam_@nospam_ito.com. [Joi Ito’s Web]
MOBS VIDEO, the worlds first free mobile video website. MOBS VIDEO, “the worlds first free mobile video website, a new and exciting way to receive video content sent to your phone free of charge to most countries around the world”. [picturephoning.com]
Myth-TV HOWTO. PVRblog: “Tom Walsh has a great article over at Newsforge entitled “A happy MythTV user shows the way” where he walks people through his trials and tribulations in getting MythTV up and running in his entertainment setup. And best yet, he’s honest about its difficulty and cost”… [Too Much News]
Sailing: World record smashed. Frenchman Francis Joyon becomes the first person to sail solo around the world in less than 80 days. [BBC News | News Front Page | UK Edition]