iPhone Applications

Google Reader for iPhone Now Available

Yesterday, Google released a new version of their popular RSS feed reader intended for use on the Apple iPhone. Google created the new version of the reader as an exercise in using the Google Web Toolkit to create feature-rich applications for the iPhone. The Google Web Toolkit, or GWT, is a development toolkit which allows users to avoid the many pitfalls and frustrations of Javascript browser compliance when authoring AJAX web applications by letting programmers author these applications in Java.

Google Reader for the iPhone

Technically, the new web application isn't Google Reader. It's a more bare bones RSS reader and as such is formally called the GWT Feed Reader. That said, at the end of the day, it's a feed aggregator and reader that Google offers. Its desktop counterpart is Google Reader.

Though it probably comes as little surprise, the iPhone-geared Google Reader's interface jives quite nicely with

Software Fix for Dead Pixels in Your iPhone LCD

One of the best features of the iPhone is the absolutely beautiful screen Apple adorned it with. The LCD on the iPhone features rich colors, sharp contrast, and excellent resolution that makes reading even tiny text a breeze. Unfortunately, the beauty of the iPhone screen makes it that much more painful when dead or pixels show up. Luckily, there may been a quick and easy fix.

fix dead pixels on iphone lcd

Though reports of dead pixels on the iPhone haven't been rampant by any means, they haven't exactly been rare either. Thankfully, most reports indicate that Apple has been very willing to

Control Your Remote Desktop from the iPhone with RDM+

Shape Services, the company who recently brought Skype to the iPhone via their IM+ for Skype application, is back with another eye catching offering. This time, Shape Services is delivering a version of their RDM+ software for the iPhone.

remote desktop software for the iphone

RDM, which stands for Remote Desktop for Mobiles, is a remote PC access software designed to

Google Now Offering Standard Mobile Interface to iPhone Users

Though it was previously revealed that Google was working on and offering an iPhone targeted search as part of their User Distributed Search project, Google is now seemingly suggesting that iPhone users use their standard mobile portal instead of the UDS search offering.

google offering mobile interface to iphone users

Assumably through a user agent check, users visiting the Google home page from their iPhone are

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