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beamME: free iPhone vCard app


beamME allows you to send your personal or business card from your iPhone to any other mobile device or computer, including BlackBerries, Android phones, Treos, Macs, PCs and more. The way it works is that you download beamME, sign up for free service at http://rmbrME.com, and then every time you want to send your vCard to someone new, you just text their mobile number or email address to 762763 (RMBRME).

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Sonos Debuts Free iPhone Remote Control App


Owners of iPhones and iPod touches can now download a free application from Apple's App Store that essentially turns the device into a remote control for any Sonos system.

Sonos, the multiroom wireless music system manufacturer, on Tuesday announced new hardware for its line of products—sort of. Owners of iPhones and iPod touches can now download a free application from Apple's App Store that essentially turns the device into a remote control for any Sonos system. The Sonos Controller for iPhone performs nearly all of the tasks the Sonos remote control can. Sonos also introduced its version 2.7 software, which adds 15,000 radio station feeds to the system's Internet radio feature. Local radio stations from all over the world can now be listened to alongside Sonos partners Last.fm and Pandora.

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Send free SMS from your iPhone

July 23, 2008 Looking for a way to offset the ridiculously expensive data plan that your new 3G iPhone is tied to? AOL's free AIM client has a feature you might be interested in - the ability to send free SMS messages.

Make sure your iPhone is running the iPhone 2.0 software, and grab AIM here (iTunes required).

To send an SMS, simply send an IM to the number you wish to SMS in the international dialling format. For example, to send an SMS to a number in the U.S. of (444) 555-6666, send an IM to +14445556666. The recipient can reply to the message and you will receive it as an IM.

iPod Touch can also use this neat trick, provided they're somewhere with WiFi access.

Before you get too excited, the SMS feature doesn't work in all countries. We know it works in the U.S, but our readers from abroad will have to test it out for themselves. Feel free to send your reports to tim at gizmag dot com.

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iPhone 3G unlock gets a massive step closer

Although Apple tried desperately hard to lock out the iPhone Dev Team from ever being able to software unlock the iPhone 3G, the latest video from the Dev Team shows a software 3G unlock is closer than ever!

Have you been patiently waiting for an iPhone 3G unlock to appear?

Well, you’re not alone – millions have wanted a free unlock solution from the iPhone Dev Team, Geohot, Ziphone Zibri or anyone else smart enough to make the unlock happen.

While no 3G unlock has yet been made available, the iPhone Dev Team has posted a video in its blog showing “Custom application execution on the PBM8878”, with the PBM8878 being the “baseband processor” inside the iPhone 3G.

The video shows a connection to the iPhone 3G via SSH, the kernel version, a connection to the basebase, the display of baseband information and then the Dev Team’s PMB8878 baseband tool which is invoked using a “custom AT command”.

Read the whole article @ IT Wire

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Google Earth for iPhone 2.0 now available

Google has released Google Earth for the iPhone [not active yet].

The free iPhone software available now from iTunes, displays the same high-resolution imagery as the desktop version for over half the world's population and a third of the world's land mass. The software allows you to tilt the device to adjust the view of the mountainous terrain as well as show the Panoramio layer to browse the millions of geo-located photos. Users can also view geo-located Wikipedia articles, locate themselves on the map using the device's Location services, and search for cities, places, and businesses with Google Local Search. It is available in English, Chinese, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, and Swedish. It works on the both the iPhone and iPod touch and requires the iPhone 2.0 software. [iTunes Store link]



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Eight sweet free iPhone apps we love - and 4 we can't get

October 27, 2008 The all-conquering iPhone is a pretty impressive gadget out of the box - but it's the fantastic App Store that really keeps the honeymoon going, giving users access to literally thousands of downloadable third-party applications. From the sublime to the ridiculous, they're only a few taps away - and a large number of them are free. Useful? Sometimes. Perfect? Rarely. Addictive? Hell yes, show me an iPhone user that hasn't thumbed through the app store late at night and I'll show you somebody who should have bought a Nokia. Here's a few of our favorite freebies - and a couple of things we want to know why we can't have!

1. AroundMe Where's the nearest bank? This is a fantastic app that takes your GPS location and shows you what's nearby, from banks, bars and coffee shops, to petrol stations, hotels, parking garages and hospitals - ranked by proximity. Once you decide on a business, you're presented with full contact details, a map and route details if you want them. We're not sure where AroundMe takes its data from, but it does an excellent job, only limited by the database. A must-have app.

2. Thumbtacts One of the many criticisms of the iPhone is that its computer-like interface can make it a bit clunky to use as a phone. Finding and calling a contact, for example, can be a frustrating exercise if you've only got one hand free. But hey, who buys a phone to make calls these days anyway right? Thumbtacts offers a creative solution by breaking the contact list down into a series of simple thumb-clickable options that quickly and accurately find the number you're after. Hard to explain but easy to use, Thumbtacts is almost always a quicker way to find and call contacts than the standard contacts list. Nice one!

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Disney releases free iPhone game to promote film

The world of free iPhone games is getting more interesting, as brands of all kinds wake up to the promotional opportunities of giving away a game on the App Store.

The latest is called RhinoBall, and it's been released by Disney to promote the film studio's new animated comedy BOLT.

The game, developed by AvatarLabs, owes just a little to Super Monkey Ball. You have to roll a hamster in a ball around a city to find a dog called Bolt, using accelerometer controls and picking up lightning bolts along the way.

The interesting thing is the game's production values – high – and the way it includes video clips from the film alongside the core gameplay.

Traditionally, movie games on mobile have been offered as premium products, so it's fascinating to see a studio giving away a game on the App Store instead.

Read the whole article @ Pocket Gamer

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New Laptop Toshiba Portege R500

One of the most exciting notebooks or laptop to come along in the last few months has been Toshiba’s R500. The new Toshiba laptop Portege R500 with 12.1 inch widescreen features is new Intel Core 2 Duo U7600 (Merom) platform, and is the first ultra portable laptop to incorporate an optical drive into a system that is less than one inch thick and weighs less than 2.5 pounds.


The laptop Portege R500 has incredibly thin and light, it manages to squeeze a 12.1 inch widescreen display into a package even lighter than Sony's 11-inch VAIO TZ150. Though Toshiba does not have a reputation for making ultraportables, like Sony or Panasonic, they have been putting some serious effort into their R series.


The Toshiba laptop Portege R500 has 64-bit, ultra-low voltage processor with 1.20GHz clock speed, 2MB L2 cache, and 533MHz front-side bus, optical drive, fingerprint reader, and a generous selection of ports in a stylish form factor that is so light and thin it’s shocking.

The ultra-portable on Toshiba laptop Portege R500 is based on Mobile Intel 945GMS Express chipset with the integrated Graphic Media Accelerator 950, which manages a 12.1-inch 1280×800 LED backlight "highbrightness" display.


The Toshiba laptop Portege R500 manages to fit in a decent-sized keyboard which made for comfortable typing, and even avoids the annoying ultraportable trap of eliminating important keys, squeezing in separate page-up and page-down keys (always important for laptop Web surfing). The port selection of the laptop Portege R500 is remarkably good for a notebook of this size.


Other specification from the laptop Toshiba Portege R500 are Intel Wireless13 WiFi Link 4965AGN12 (802.11a/g/n), Bluetooth 2.0 + EDR, System Windows Vista Experience Index: 2.0, Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 950 with 64MB (Aero): 2.0 and 7mm, 8xDVD-SuperMulti (+/-R Single Layer) drive supporting 9 formats. The new laptop Toshiba Portege R500 is available in four different fixed-configuration models.
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