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Handshake makes it easy to share your contact information and photos with people around you. Works across EDGE, WiFi, and 3g on the iPhone and iPod Touch.
This application is developed by Jay Freeman, the creator of the Cydia. Veency is a free app that allows iPhone owners to remotely control their iPhone from PC or Mac desktop via a VNC client.
Here are some of the features:
- Launch applications on your iPhone
- Reply to emails, text messages, and more
- Rearrange icons
- Lock/Unlock your iPhone
- Browse through Photos and Contacts
Of course you cannot do two finger gestures with this app. All other actions can be done with the click of your mouse. The only area in which Veency fails tragically at is when opening any video recording application on the iPhone.
Be sure to restart your iPhone after installing Veency and connect to the server using a Wi-Fi connection. We recommend using UltraVNC or TightVNC to connect your Windows desktop. If you're using a Mac, we recommend Chicken VNC.
Here is a video demonstration:
Remote access software or remote desktop software is software that allows you to access a remote computer.
This is the first open source app that lets you write posts, upload photos, and edit your WordPress blog from your iPhone or iPod Touch. Avaliable via AppStore for free (
LiveJournal.app allows you to post new entries to your blog at LiveJournal.com with photos (as much as you want) or images (uploaded to LiveJournal Scrapbook) and receive and send personal messages.
This application is free, avaliable via AppStore (
These photos were found in a brand new iPhone in UK. Nice!
This is a telescope for iPhone 3G. Costs just $19 and zooms by 6x. Just snap the unit to the back of the iPhone 3G and get to work. Here is a
Here are two photos from wired.com, one without telescope and opne with it. Looks really nice.
The iPhone Japanese Touch Pen Stylus emulates your finger and allows you to gain precise control while using your phone. This sleek metal stylus is imported from Japan and features an angled spring loaded tip for easier on-screen dragging. The removable cap on the back unscrews to reveal a SIM eject tool. It's perfect for those of you with long fingernails or simply oversized stubby man fingers. The price is $14.99.
Thesoftware is pretty good. We like the App Store a lot; it adds a boatload of new functionality to the iPhone. But it's certainly not perfect. Having used it for a few weeks, we've discovered a number of little quirks that we really hope are addressed in the upcoming update. From bugs to missing features, here are ten things that would make the iPhone a much more attractive device.
1. Make it Less Crashy
The iPhone with 2.0 software feels a little… buggy. It'll randomly crash or slow down to the point of unusability until you restart every few days with normal use. That's not right; this is a cellphone. It shouldn't feel like an unstable computer.
Commuunications (3G/GSM) are on Infineon chips. One for GSM/GPRS/EDGE, another for WCDMA/HSDPA (3G). GPS module is not SiRF as we all thought. Apple uses