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iOS 5 hides an Android-like autocorrect keyboard bar - Here is why it sucks

There's a cool hidden feature in iOS 5, which hides an Android-like autocorrect keyboard bar. Android fans everywhere are crying foul! You can enable it even without jailbreaking. Here's the tutorial (via Sony Dickson) 1. Download iBackupBot 2. Backup your iPhone/iPod...

Adobe Surrenders Mobile Flash - Steve Jobs FTW, Users FTL!

I had hoped that with Steve Jobs' passing that Flash for the iPhone/iPad might now be possible, but alas with today's news from Adobe that they're killing off mobile Flash, my hopes were bitterly crushed. It's not that I'm a...

Republic Wireless Hybrid WiFi / Cell VoIP Service for $19/month

What if you could get a cellular plan for $19/month with unlimited voice? Well, you can (sort of) using republic wireless's hybrid WiFi/cellular network approach. It includes unlimited WiFi VoIP calling, 550 minutes of cellular voice calling, 150 texts, and...

iMainGo XP Portable Stereo Speaker & Case for iPad

Portable Sound Labs has a new product called the iMainGo XP (model: 11BWB04), which is a portable stereo speaker for the iPad but also doubles as a protective case. It works on both the iPad 1 and iPad 2. It...

Asterisk 10 - The Inside Story

At AstriCon, I sat down with Digium's Steve Sokol, Asterisk Marketing Director, to discuss the big Asterisk 10 release. It's quite the version leap from 1.1, 1.2, 1.4 , 1.6, to 1.8 - and now to 10.0. Ironically, I knocked...

AstriCon Party - Last Shuttle Out Sure is a Rowdy Bunch

Everyone seemed to have a great time at the AstriCon Conference Party which took place at Fat Cats, a bowling alley and video game establishment. The last shuttle left around 11:35pm and it sure was a rowdy bunch (but in...

Digium's Mark Spencer Questions Panasonic About Android APKs/Apps

Digium's Mark Spencer who founded Asterisk and AstriCon has no qualms about asking speakers at his conference a question and keeping them on their toes. He asked Panasonic's Hiroshige "Hiro" Kamine a technical question about the Panasonic IP phones supporting...

Switchvox 5.5 - Sneak Peek!

I caught the tail half of Digium's Tristan Barnum's AstriCon session. Tristan Barnum is the Director of Product Marketing for Switchvox at Digium. In her AstriCon session, Tristan stressed how she never ever tells what Switchvox is up to and...

AstriCon Video Snippet of an AstriCon Session

For those that couldn't make AstriCon, thought I'd share this brief ~5 minute snippet of the 1st AstriCon session on Tuesday 10/25/11. Gives you some flavor of the awesome attendance and a little bit of the show content. I captured...

LOREX Live Connect Wireless Skype Home Surveillance Review

The LOREX Technology Live Connect LW2031 Series is a cool Skype-powered home surveillance system sporting night vision (via IR LEDs) and full color H.264 video. It can be used both for home surveillance, but also as a baby monitor due...

Polycom VVX 500 Launches

In 2009, Polycom announced the Polycom VVX 1500, a touch-screen business media phone, that combines IP telephony with business-class video and the ability to integrate with business applications. It was a little bit clunky to be honest, so I'm intrigued...

Rebtel Mobile VoIP app hops between 3G and WiFi/data Networks

Rebtel just launched version 2.0 of its free iPhone app, which allows users to make and receive free international calls using WiFi, 3G, or local minutes. TechCrunch discusses Rebtels's "new proprietary technology called “KeepTalking”, which allows users to transition (mid-call,...

Nimbuzz launches Video calling for iPhone and PC

Nimbuzz today launched video calling for the iPhone and PC. You can download them here: Download Nimbuzz for iPhone Download Nimbuzz for PC The Nimbuzz video calling works over 3G/4G as well as WiFi. Interestingly, they are also offering...

With Steve Jobs' Passing is Flash for the iPhone/iPad Now Possible?

Everyone in the technology world - and the world in general - mourns Steve Jobs' passing. My Facebook News Feed is still filled with friends who changed their profile photo to something Apple or Steve Jobs related. But I do...

Andrea SuperBeam Buds Headset review

We all have come to love our stereo headsets featuring separate audio channels for both the left and right ear, but what about dual or stereo microphones? If stereo speakers makes 'sounds' better for you, why can't stereo microphones make...

Facebook for IPad Launches

Facebook 4.0 adds native iPad support instead of using the iPhone version. It also includes high-res photos, games, chat, and more. About time! Trying it out myself right now....

Cisco UC320W Review

Cisco isn’t known for hitting the SOHO/SMB space of 1-24 users, even with their feature-rich, but not entirely inexpensive Unified Communications Manager Express (UCME) product line.  UCME’s sweet spot is 30-100 users, while Cisco’s new UC 320W product works with...

New Xirrus XR Wireless Array - Faster Wi-Fi with Modular Pricing

Steven Wastie, Xirrus's Chief Marketing Officer informed me that Xirrus ($70 million annual revenue) today released their next-generation wireless platform, the XR Wireless Array, which is their 3rd-generation Wi-Fi modular wireless switch. Xirrus's goal is to ensure high performance wireless...

Apple iPhone 5 Coverage Brings down Engadget

Engadget a popular tech blogs appear to be down. Engadget is completely offline which Gizmodo initially partially loaded for me. But after a refresh Gizmodo appears back to normal. All this due to the live blogging coverage of the iPhone...

Kindle Fire Silk Browser Proxying Stokes Privacy Concerns

The new Amazon Kindle Fire will use Amazon's very own completely new Web browser called Silk that leverages Amazon's EC2 architecture to proxy and cache web content for faster performance. You might think of it as something similar to Opera...

Skype 2.5 for Android Adds More Video Support

Today, Skype announced Skype 2.5 for Android added "white listing" video support for an additional 14 Android devices, bringing the total to 41 Android devices that support video. It is now available on several Motorola devices including the Atrix or...

Amazon Kindle Fire - Hot or Not?

The Amazon Kindle Fire 7-inch tablet aims to take on the Apple iPad, but will the Fire catch fire with consumers? Amazon has loyal Kindle e-reader users, but part of its draw is the e-ink screen which works in...

Toshiba Thrive 7 Tablet Impresses

Toshiba today announced the Thrive 7, little brother to their big brother the Thrive 10. Both Thrive models are based on Android and the original Thrive 10 has had some modest success, but the 10" tablet space is a bit...

New Skype for iPhone & iPad Released

Today Skype announced a new version of Skype for the iPad and iPhone with the coolest new feature being a anti-shake software algorithm that smooths the video even if you have a shaky hand. It only works with the rear-facing...

Apple iPad - Your Next Desktop Phone?

I've been thinking about how the Apple iPad could really disrupt the VoIP space and become your next desktop phone. Think about the impact to companies such as Cisco, Polycom, Aastra, snom, Grandstream, and others. While these companies do offer...
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