Social Lite sandboxes the world's biggest social network's mobile web site in a tiny (212kb) app giving you full access with none of the bloatware !
Great for devices with limited storage space or for the paranoid user who doesn't want to give permissions to everything under the sun to the native app.
* tiny install 212KB vs 14.5MB
* keeps you logged in
* easy refresh button
* sandboxes tracking cookies so your browsing habits are not sent to the social network
Note: Because this app wraps the mobile web site it may incur more data usage then the native app does.
Tinfoil for Facebook is for those users that require a Tinfoil Hat when logging in to Facebook. It creates a sandbox for Facebook's mobile site in order to protect your privacy and to avoid the ability others to track your browsing history.
Requires INTERNET permissions.
Feel free to check the source code here: https://github.com/velazcod/Tinfoil-Facebook
It also requires the "COARSE_LOCATION" permission. This is not used unless you enable "Allow Check-ins" on the preferences, otherwise Check-ins won't work. This option is disabled by default.
If you have issues, please remember that Tinfoil is just a wrapper for the Facebook mobile site. Some things break on the site and there isn't much we can do to fix some issues. Sometimes forcing the user-agent helps (Preferences -> Mobile/desktop site -> Force mobile). If you find an issue and are completely it's a problem with Tinfoil please open a issue in the Github tracker: https://github.com/velazcod/Tinfoil-Facebook/issues
CEENBoT w/ Firmware
HC-05 Bluetooth chip (SPP profile)
The firmware source is currently unavailable. For the time being this application will likely not work for anyone else unless reverse engineered for another robot or bluetooth module.
Background: The CEENBoT was created by students and later awarded a grant given to help enrich the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) enlightenment within K-12 schools and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (Omaha Campus) Computer and Electronics Engineering department (CEEN) also has in the past provided these to their students as an entry way into methods of soldering, programming using the publicly available API and to allow the creativity in robotics to begin flowing at a very early stage of the college career. This application was developed along with a few other projects. More information on the CEENBoT platform available at http://www.ceenbotinc.com/ and http://www.ceen.unomaha.edu/CEENBoT/.