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VoIP over EVDO from PeerMe

September 14, 2006

Found an interesting company that can do VoIP over EVDO, a popular high-speed data network used by Sprint, Verizon, and other mobile carriers. PeerMe, today launched its free service designed to allow users of Sprint EVDO mobile phones to make free unlimited calls. They currently offer a PocketPC and Windows Mobile 5 version of their client.

Actually, upon further review, my excitement over PeerMe has now waned. Although PeerMe uses VoIP technology to enable mobile phone users to communicate with other mobile phone users running PeerMe for free, it appears that PeerMe doesn't allow for PSTN calling.

Crucial's Got Flash (Memory) & Much More: 10 Years After

September 13, 2006

Memory companies hold a funny place in the world of gadgets -- they provide an essential component to PDAs, MP3 players, smart phones, digital cameras and the like -- yet they are essentially invisible.

And while branding does play a role in consumer's purchasing decisions in this area, very often price is the determining factor when faced with competing products in clam shell cases hanging from retailers' display racks.

All this leads to a note about Crucial Technology celebrating its tenth anniversary this year. 

Free phone calls on your Blackberry

September 13, 2006

What Happened to the Apple Cell Phone?

September 13, 2006

VOX for Skype for mobile phones

September 11, 2006

VoxLib announced the launch of VOX for Skype, a plugin application to Skype that enables Skype to be used on any mobile device.  This plugin enables users to benefit from Skype while away from their desktop. VOX for Skype requires no mobile data plan, mobile browser or software to download or install on the mobile device. It also works regardless of the user’s mobile carrier.

NY Times Mobile: All the News That's Fit to Download

September 8, 2006

Really like the fact that my (Randy's) favorite newsaper, the New York Times, has just launched a web site optimized for mobile phone users. They even released a press release about it.

The site, http://mobile.nytimes.com, provides access to news and information from NYTimes.com via mobile devices including Web-enabled phones and PDAs.

Nokia Goes By the Numbers No Longer

September 8, 2006

Blackberry's Got a Pearl

September 7, 2006

New Apple Patent Covers Telephony

September 7, 2006

Apple Cell Phone on Its Way?

September 6, 2006

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