The Helix Player is an audio and video player based on the Helix DNA Client engine. The GTK+ version includes a Mozilla browser plug-in and supports local file playback and streaming over RTSP/RTP and HTTP. It supports video zoom in original, double size, and full screen, and supports: SMIL 2.0, Ogg Vorbis, H.263 video, JPEG, GIF, PNG, and RealPix. The Symbian Series60 version supports local and streaming playback (RTSP, RTP, RDP, HTTP) of MP3, AMR narrow band, AMR wide band, RA8, sipro, RV7, RV8, RV9, RV10, H263+, 3GPP rel5 SMIL 2.0, images, and more.
WabbelLab is a game were one has to roll a ball through a maze without hitting one of the holes. The nice thing about this game is that it is not controlled with the keys but with help of the camera. The camera is used to determine the tilt of the phone - and the ball will always roll into the direction in which the phone has been tilted. It was developed for the Nokia 3650 but seems to work also on other phones with similar hardware like the 7650.
Bemused is a system which allows you to control your music collection from your phone, using Bluetooth. It requires a Series 60 (e.g. Nokia 7650/3650) or UIQ (e.g. P800) phone and a computer with a Bluetooth adapter. While the official server runs on Windows, third-party servers have been written for Linux and Mac OS X.
QConsole is a character terminal server over Bluetooth for Symbian devices, and a Linux and Windows terminal client. It uses the built in BlueTooth support on Symbian devices, and the userspace BlueZ Linux BlueTooth libraries. On Windows, it uses the embedded BlueTooth OS support. The QConsole server sets up an RFCOMM channel on the Symbian device and listens for connections. On the Linux and Windows side, the corresponding QTTY terminal allows a BlueTooth-enabled Linux/Windows box to connect to the QConsole server and execute a veriety of shell commands.