I'm working on a project called S.E.L.F., what is a kind of RTS game. A very basic version already exists for PC, and when it's finished, I will port it to the GPH consoles (at first to Caanoo, WIZ release may come later).
See this web page, a Windows/Linux version is already...
the official support is dropped, but the community is still very strong, and the device itself is definitely good, so i'd say it's still a best buy for homebrew/emulation softwares (and i'm saying it as a Caanoo AND PSP owner)
use a better network connection :P
I use Skype frequently for calling phones when i'm in foreign lands, and I very rarely have problems (in fact, I experienced it only once, but I guess it was because the hotel's network was overloaded because of the f*cking torrent downloads)
i've never seen ekiga from close, I only know the Skype API a little (and I can tell you, it's horrible :D)
to be honest i don't consider this a high priority feature. if you have wifi, you usually can use a computer for voip. of course it could be useful at fast food restaurants, etc. I...
since C64 disks were one-sided, 'flipping' would make no sense
but as double side disks started to spread, C64 users used both sides by flipping
therefore the two sides of the disk behave as two different disks
hacked? there's a flash player on the caanoo when you unbox it (it's not shown in the menu, but you can download a small script/ini files to do so). Although I don't know which flash version is supported and how good the quality is.