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SIP Trunking Options for Mixed Networks

Back in June, I wrote a blog about using Gateways for SIP trunking if there are PSTN lines inside the enterprise.  And this makes...

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Shocker! People Who Buy an $800 Phone can Afford $1,000

We have been reaching tech blogs and articles from some of the most respected writers in all of tech-dom and apparently they...

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C by GE Sol: Would You Buy a $200 GE Lamp?

Some time back we were fortunate enough to attend a breakfast meeting with Jack Welch in Stamford Connecticut. At the time, the...

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Apple iPhone X Face ID May not be Secure Enough for Many Users

While Face ID is theoretically 20 times more secure than Touch ID at 1:1,000,000 chance of a false match as opposed to...

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Apple's Face ID may not be Secure

After answering critics for years that the size of the iPhone was large enough in comparison to the ever-larger Android devices, the...

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New Home: ChannelPlaybook.com

We have a new home for the blog: check out ChannelPlaybook.com Follow me on twitter for the latest news and updates: https://twitter.com/radinfo...

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Using Chat Programs for Payments

Mobile payment has been around for some time.  In some cases, there are mobile apps you can download from your bank, allowing...

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Very Foolish Move Intel

July 1, 2004

I just received this letter

July 1, 2004

Microsoft Makes use of largest Human Organ

June 28, 2004

My fifth grade science teacher taught us that skin was the largest organ in our body. Finally, us geeks will be able to use all that space for something useful. Radio Shack sells a really interesting home-automation system named Plug 'n Power that uses your in-home wiring as a bus allowing you to control electrical devices throughout the house. Basically, the system piggybacks frequencies on top of the signal in your wires to communicate between devices. Microsoft takes this one step further by allowing you to use your skin as the bus. In a recent patent filing, number 6,754,472 they mention that a variety of devices have redundancy or in other words, watches, radios, pagers and PDAs all need speakers.

My fifth grade science teacher

June 28, 2004

My fifth grade science teacher taught us that skin was the largest organ in our body. Finally, us geeks will be able to use all that space for something useful. Radio Shack sells a really interesting home-automation system named Plug 'n Power that uses your in-home wiring as a bus allowing you to control electrical devices throughout the house. Basically, the system piggybacks frequencies on top of the signal in your wires to communicate between devices. Microsoft takes this one step further by allowing you to use your skin as the bus. In a recent patent filing, number 6,754,472 they mention that a variety of devices have redundancy or in other words, watches, radios, pagers and PDAs all need speakers.

Why we Need Wimax

June 15, 2004

I recently wrote an article

June 15, 2004

A Bachelor Party and Wireless Store

June 11, 2004

Recently I had a bachelor party in Las Vegas for a good friend followed by a speech at the Concerto User Group Meeting on Monday morning. If you get a chance to stay at The Hotel at Mandalay Bay, you should give it a shot. Very nice accommodations More like a W hotel in Manhattan. The level of snootiness is high however.

AT&T CallVantage Turning up the Heat

May 24, 2004

You cant help but be

May 24, 2004

You cant help but be

May 24, 2004

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