This site sells CDs and mp3s for learning how to chant the Torah, the Haftorah, and the Five Megillot in a variety of tunes including Ashkenazi, Sephardi, Yerushalmi, and Moroccan. Samples of the various tropes for the different nusachs are available.
Esh specializes in developing solutions for learning Torah and Halacha on handheld computers.This site supplies you with Jewish software for handheld devices. You can purchase modules online for Tanach, prayers, halacha, gemara, and mishna.
Hebrew Typography in German-Speaking Regions “focuses on Hebrew typefaces produced and printed in German-speaking regions from the beginning of the 16th century until 1939″; the database in its present state includes 266 typefaces, the earliest being a rather primitive square face from Konrad Pellikan’s De modo legendi et intelligendi Hebraeum (Strassbourg, 1504),¹ the first manual of Hebrew grammar to be published by a Christian.²
The home page of these producers of Hebrew and Judaic educational software also features a number of programs you can download for free. Of particular note are the Java applets that teach you how to type on a Hebrew keyboard and provide other educational content.