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By Jay Yarow
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The new applications let iPhone owners do all sorts of things. You can play games, including the digital version of the old Labyrinth game. You can use Home Findr to locate houses in almost any neighborhood. You can even use the free Epocrates drug reference to check out information on prescription pharmaceuticals. Here's a look at some of the offerings.