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Camrivox Adds Google Talk Support To Stand-Alone VoIP Phones And Telephony Adapters

Camrivox has announced that it has added support for Google Talk to its range of Flexor IP telephony adapters and IP phones. The Flexor line of products allow users to register a SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) account and a Google...

Global IP Sound releases new iSAC 2.0 codec

Global IP Sound (GIPS) today announced the availability of version 2.0 of its iSAC codec.  iSAC 2.0 is now optimized for use in hardware devices. This solution allows the makers of IP phones, gateways and chipsets to deliver products that...

Google interoperates with Skype

The Google Talkabout blog announced Google's plans to interoperate with Skype. In part it states, "Google and eBay have signed an agreement around text-based advertising and "click-to-call" advertising, in which Google Talk and Skype will power voice calls between customers...

Sony mylo personal communicator

Sony's Mylo ("my life online") personal communicator is a new gadget that provides users access to online instant messaging services, Web pages (fully-featured Opera browser), e-mails, play music, and view photos. Most interestingly, the mylo communicator comes with Skype software...

Google Talk new features launched

Google Talk launched a major release that includes voicemail, file transfer capabilities and it shows what music track you are playing in your client. Just make sure to stop playing Barry Manilow before you call your friends. Google is one...

LiveJournal meets VoIP via Gizmo Project

Andy had the goods yesterday on Sixapart's Live Journal and Gizmo Project in a deal that would enable one of the largest blogging community to be able to IM & VoIP each other. Well, today, it's official.The co-branded “Gizmo Project...

Open-source VoIP softswitch speaks GoogleTalk

Freeswitch, an open-source softswitch started earlier this year, leverages open-source software libraries and has recently added support for Google Talk. The codebase now includes Jingle (Jabber XMPP Voice) support with the addition of libDingaLing and mod_dingaling libraries. Jingle is an...

Google Talk and VoIP on Sony PSP?

SIPThat's popular blogger, Erik Lagerway pondered in a blog post last year if the Sony PSP would one day run a VoIP (Voice over IP) client. In fact, he hinted while working at Xten (now CounterPath) that they could should...

Google Talk now federates

As of yesterday, Google Talk now federates with other XMPP services. Google announced "open federation" for the Google Talk service allowing people on different IM/VoIP clients to "talk" to each other. Google Talk currently support open federation with any service...

AOL & Google deal a nightmare for Microsoft?

The ink isn't even dry from Google's 5% $1 billion stake in AOL and yet some are claiming Bill Gates is still wiping his tears from losing the battle for AOL to Microsoft's arch nemesis, namely Google. America Online parent...

GMail + Google Talk (GTalk) for BlackBerry RIM

A friend of mine who runs Computer Collector Newsletter forwarded me a link to a software application that runs on the Blackberry RIM to access GMail. I looked around the rest of the site and came across an even better...

Yahoo undercuts Skype pricing

Yahoo said yesterday that a new version of its Yahoo Messenger software (http://voice.yahoo.com/) to be launched in the next few days will include "Phone Out," (eerily similar to SkypeOut) with low per-minute charges for PC-to-phone calls, and "Phone In,"...

Google Talk has a blog

Google has launched a brand new blog on their VoIP client called Google Talk. No doubt Google realizes it is playing catchup to Skype, Gizmo, and othersĀ and probably feels that a blog might be a good way to get the...

GAIM 2.0 coming

Erik had an interview with Sean Egan of GAIM about the impending launch of GAIM 2.0, its new features, and Sean's thoughts on IM & VoIP interoperability. Erik writes, "He had some very interesting things to say about Voice Interop...

Google Talk plugin enables music P2P sharing

Ut oh, another P2P music sharing application - this time using Google Talk. "Mercora is bringing music to Google Talk users. The innovative Music Search engine gives people the ability to search, find and listen to music instantly from the...

Microsoft's Bill Gates take on Google

I received my Entireweb Newsletter this morning and it had a couple of interesting quotes from Bill Gates taken from a Computing article.First, check out this jab Bill Gates throws at Google:"Which Google products are you talking about? Seriously? Other...

GIPS adds PCTEL to its growing portfolio

GIPS signs up yet another hardware manufacturer to use their remarkable voice engine used in Skype, Google Talk, and other VoIP solutions. PCTEL is going to use GIPS technology for to be usedĀ on mobile phones, PDAs, and PCs. PCTEL has...

Mplat FlashPhone for VoIP

The Mplat FlashPhone F2K is a USB device that supports Skype, Google Talk, MSN, Xten, etc. with an integrated microphone and external headphones/ear buds.I don't know what the deal is with the wet promo image they used on their website....

More on FCC VoIP wiretaps

It appears that the new FCC rules to allow a backdoor for wiretapping is not going to happen without a fight. Declan McCullagh reports that The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) said Wednesday that it plans to file suit against the...

Google Infoglobe

Can't get enough Google? I mean between checking your GMail, searching Google for interesting blogs, and talking via Google Talk, pretty much your entire waking world revolves around Google, so why not have Google revolve your "sleeping world" as well?...

Chril Pirillo on GoogleTalk, eBay/Skype and other IM stuff

Eric Lagerway, formerly of Xten emailed me with an interesting podcast/interview he had with Chris Pirillo.Eric writes: I wanted to get Chris Pirillo's feedback on some recent events including GoogleTalk, eBay/Skype and the proprietary IM scene. We had some great...

Oracle and Siebel what does it mean?

My analysis of the recent Oracle acquiring Siebel deal.Oracle/Siebel - we want to own your customer data (Oracle) and present that data with the best CRM application front-end (Siebel).Microsoft - we're trying really hard to own your customer data (Microsoft...

Jabber to enter the softphone market

Remember the new open-source softphone I recently promised would announce its plans very shortly? In my prior blog post I mentioned I didn't want to steal TMCnet's Robert Lui's thunder, since he had the scoop on this story. Well, Robert...

WengoPhone new open-source soft phone

Wengo announced WengoPhone, an open source alternative  to Skype.and Google Talk. And no, this is NOT the open-source softphone I predicted last week and asked blog readers to guess the company planning to launch an open-source softphone. From their website:Wengo...

Global IP Sound to announce video product

In a few weeks Global IP Sound (GIPS) will unveil a new product to complement the GIPS VoiceEngine Suite called VoiceEngine Multimedia. This will add high-quality video capabilities to the VoiceEngine product line. It's a natural extension to GIPS' renowned...
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