iTest your University Choice - This application has a character education and guidance aims to help students who completed high school, are having to choose which option is best suited for them. Reply to eight questions: the application will evaluate your answers and give you the profile university more in tune with your interests, your abilities and skills
Anna - Anna is a chatbot designed to pass the Turing Test - having a human judge incapable of telling that the bot they are chatting to is not human. The most formalized Turing Test is the Loebner Prize contest, which Anna will be an entrant in. This years competition takes place in Atlanta, Georgia in October
FastCalc by Panayotis - FastCalc is a calculator optimized to minimize the distance the fingers have to move, in order to perform the basic calculator tasks.
For this reason only the 12 basic buttons of the mobile phone are used
Kana - Kana is a free Java MIDlet for mobile phones that enables you to learn Japanese Hiragana characters and allows to convert strings in Latin script to Hiragana.
Because of very modest requirements (it only requires MIDP 1.0/CLDC 1.0) it should run on practically any Java-enabled mobile phone that has about 60 kB free memory to store the MIDlet
Jasymca - Jasymca is a symbolic calculator. It solves and manipulates equations, handles basic calculus problems, and provides a few more typical functions of computer algebra systems. The syntax is loosely related to GNU-Maxima. While it is fun to play with mobile devices, it teaches the use of computer algebra systems, and may even be used to solve some real world problems
ELC (Expandable Linear Converter) - ELC (Expandable Linear Converter) has several installed measure units and divided in categories. It can convert value between them. It is possible to add new categories and new measure units.
It starts showing the list of basic conversion fields, it is possible to add other fields and conversion units
EasyCalcFree - A very simple calculator. Enter a list of up to 10 numbers, add labels.
Comes with hyper-intelligence: You can write *, x, /, div, divide, subtract, plus, minus, times, takeaway, or pls, tms, add...you will still get the same result
Pocket KrHyper is a theorem proving library for J2ME mobile phones. It supports reasoning in propositional, first order, and description logic and is aimed at mobile knowledge management or semantic web applications