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Apple is finally allowing browsers, like those shown here, on the iPhone. Wondering why you've never heard of any of them? Apple is only allowing third party browsers based on its Safari webkit, which means no Firefox, Opera, or Chrome.
Apple opens gate to independent software companies to publish browsers with a significant catch

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RE: So Close
By kelmon on 1/14/2009 11:08:45 AM , Rating: 2
I'd have to see it in action for myself but if it truly does remove "shaking" when you are trying to read on the move, then that's genius. I suspect that it's not in Safari simply because no one had thought of using the accelerometer in that way. It's remarkable what good ideas people are having. Thank goodness we aren't still restricted to developing 3rd party applications for the iPhone using web apps. Yick!

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