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Book: iPhone Hacks

by on April 7, 2009 · 1 comment

iPhone Hacks

The iPhone is an internet-connected multimedia smartphone. Chances are if you own an iPhone (or iPod) , you long to discover its hackability. And a new book from O’Reilly iPhone Hacks can help you do just that. This book covers over 100 tips & tools for unlocking the power of your iPhone / iPod touch. With this book you can pushing the iPhone and iPod touch beyond their limits.

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Linux comes with many serial text and gui based serial communication programs. My favorite is minicom – friendly menu driven serial communication program. If you are addicted to DOS / Windows TELIX (a telecommunications program originally written for DOS and was released in 1986), minicom is for you under Linux / UNIX. minicom Common features […]

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HyperTerminal is no longer part of Windows vista. How do you use the equivalent of Hyperterminal in XP, with Windows Vista using free terminal software to configure Cisco routers?

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I’m currently working on a small project. I came across cool software called LCDproc. If you have HD44780-based display you can build really cool system for just US $15. LCDproc is a piece of software that displays real-time system information from your Linux/*BSD box on a LCD. The server supports several serial devices: Matrix Orbital, […]

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