Google Map GPS Cell Phone Tracker allows you to track Android, iOS, Windows Phone, and Java ME cellphones using Google Maps. It has two parts, a server and phone clients. You have a choice of two servers, using asp.net and SQL server or PHP and MySQL. The server software allows you to view cellphone locations in realtime using Google Maps and store routes and view them later. The client applications send their locations to the website periodically. All four applications work properly in the background and are written natively on each platform.
JBuddy Messenger is an instant messaging client designed for everyday business use. It supports public instant messaging networks including AIM, ICQ, MSN, and Yahoo. With a paid license, JBuddy Messenger adds support for Google Talk, IBM Lotus Sametime, XMPP/Jabber, Microsoft Office Communications Server (OCS 2007) and Live Communications Server (LCS 2005), and the JBuddy Message Server. JBuddy Messenger offers the concept of a Meta-Buddy (Trillian calls them Meta Contacts), which is an aggregation of the presence of multiple screen names under one buddy. Also, buddy groups of the same name across multiple accounts can be visually merged to simplify large buddy lists.
OpenMobster is a mobile cloud platform to integrate mobile apps with Cloud services. These services can be anything ranging from your Corporate backend (CRM, ERP, etc.), to consumer Cloud services (Gmail, Facebook, etc). It features Seamless Data Synchronization: synchronizes and manages the life cycle of locally stored data. This data is then automatically/bidirectionally synchronized with the cloud. Push Notifications: app state changes are proactively pushed to an App from the Cloud server. The Push mechanism uses a pure network/socket based approach instead of clunky methodologies like sending SMS alerts or email alerts. The Push notifications happen inside the app's execution environment. In case of iOS, Push is based on the Apple Push Notification Service. Supported platforms: Android and iPhone/iOS.
J2ObjC is a tool from Google that translates Java code to Objective-C for the iOS platform. It enables Java code to be part of an iOS build, as no editing of the generated files is necessary. The goal is to write an app's non-UI code (such as data access or application logic) in Java, which can then be shared by Web apps using GWT, Android apps, and iOS apps. J2ObjC supports most Java language and runtime features required by client-side application developers, including exceptions, inner and anonymous classes, generic types, threads, and reflection. JUnit test translation and execution are also supported.