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JAJAH offers free calls from any mobile phone

JAJAH now enables most mobile phones to make free global calls. JAJAH will announce on Tuesday their new service which enables consumers to make free or low-cost long distance international calls directly from their cell phone. This extends their previous...

Free phone calls on your Blackberry

Want to make free phone calls from your Blackberry? Well, there is now a piece of software called BBCalls (Blackberry Calls) that when used in conjunction with Jajah, grants you your "free phone calling wish".Jajah announced back in June free...

Truphone SIP client for mobile phones with free calling

Truphone today announced availability of a free beta VoIP software download for Wi-Fi-enabled, mass market mobile handsets. The first download is available for Nokia's latest E-series handsets, with the N-series handsets to follow imminently.  Support for additional Wi-Fi-enabled phones, including...

VOX for Skype for mobile phones

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...

MINO Wireless now runs on Symbian phones

MINO Wireless, announced its new mobile application for making inexpensive international calls designed for Symbian OS phones. Symbian OS supported mobile phone, such as Nokia, Sony Ericcson, and Motorola can call any phone worldwide at rates starting from 2.2 cents...

How About a Mobile Phone without the Keys? Read On ...

Can't wait to see this one in production units! Fascinating article in online verson of PC Magazine yesterday about the phone that has no keys.  Yes, that's right -- a touchscreen instead of a keypad (dial pad -- hey, how...

Digital Camera Phones Rule! Anyone Remember Film or Digital Cameras?

Ten years ago, camera companies had nothing to worry about except each other. But poof! along came digital cameras and the Kodak, Fuji and Nikon's of the camera world had to worry about consumer technology companies like Sony or IT...

Pop Quiz! Desirable Cell Phone Features

Mobile phone purchasers face a myriad of decisions about their choice of phone and service provider.  We are all unfortunately spent too much time weighing all of the many factors before we decided. (It wasn't easy, but do you start...

Mobile SMS enables free VoIP phone calls

VoiceOne Communications, a wholly owned subsidiary of VoIP, Inc. announced today that it has added Text Messaging (Mobile SMS) functionality to its just-released beta version of Click4Me.Net. This enables a Web-click calling service that utilizes VoIP technology for free phone-to-phone...

Mobile Phones: Who Needs All of Those Features?

Here's the study I've been waiting for.  According to a recent PC World/IDB News Service report, feature-rich phones do not drive sales. (Really?) The study, by J.D. Power and Associates (they of the manmy car satisfaction surveys) showed that U.S. consumers are...

LG Goes Chocolate

What's your favorite flavor mobile phone? (The heat must be getting to me ...)Well, if you said "Make mine chocolate," then LG has the phone for you. Yes, that's right, it's "Chocolate," which is now available through Verizon Wireless. The Chocolate mobile...

Google Maps adds Traffic Info to mobile phones

Google announced an update to Google Maps for mobile that will enable consumers in the U.S. to view detailed information on traffic conditions in more than 30 major metropolitan areas, as well as partial information in other area from a...

MS Goes iPod? Apple Goes Phone?

Much excitement today about Microsoft's announcement that it is planning on developing an iPod competitor to take on Apple directly. What's funny is that Microsoft goes one way, Apple goes another (so what else is new?). Seems Apple CFO Peter Oppenheimer...

Paragon hipi dual-mode GSM phone

Paragon Wireless released the world first commercial GSM/VoWLAN dual-mode smart phone, hipi, in March 2006 and was my pick to be a winner in this years' TMC Labs Innovation Awards. With a tri-band GSM/GPRS (Class 10) radio and an IEEE...

T-Mobile blocks MinuteWatcher from tracking cell minutes

T-Mobile is blocking MinuteWatcher, a service that lets customers actively monitor their wireless minutes usage. T-Mobile has changed conditions in their policy and taken technical measures to prevent MinuteWatcher from tracking T-Mobile members voluntary tracking of cellphone usage. Specifically, T-Mobile...

Tax my Mobile Phone no more!

According to the CTIA, the Wireless Association President and CEO Steve Largent congratulated the U.S. Treasury Department today for its decision to abandon its legal dispute over the federal excise tax (FET) on long-distance telephone service. The 108 year old...

Planet Funk's Debut Single: Only on Mobile Phones

Now here’s an idea whose times has truly come. The music group Planet Funk will become the first music group in the U.K. to release a single that will be available only on mobile phones this month. Let’s see how...

BridgePort Networks shows off Dual-mode capability

BridgePort Networks is making some interesting announcments at the CTIA Wireless show. Most importantly they are demonstrating how they leverages SIP and IMS to demonstrate seamless handover based on 'VCC' technical requirements. If you're not familiar with IMS or...

Area775 connects VoIP & Mobile phones

Well, I'm late to the Area775 party, Alec Saunders covered Michael Robertson's new venture quite nicely. Michael Robertson was kind enough to give me a heads-up on the Area775 news on Wednesday before the news hit the wires, but I...

Nokia/Sanyo To Merge CDMA Phones

News that Nokia and Sanyo are merging their CDMA mobile phone businesses in the U.S. into a new, separate business, just makes one wonder -- what does Nokia see that others don't? ...

Mobile phone to Skype calls

Interesting bit of news I thought I'd share from iSkoot that lets you call your buddy list from your mobile phone without needing your PC. They claims it is the "first Mobile-Voice To Skype Network" but I think eqo...

Global IP Sound (GIPS) is now available on the Sony Ericcson P990 phone

Global IP Sound (GIPS), a popular VoIP codec/voice engine used by Skype, Google Talk, and others, is now available on the Sony Ericcson P990 phone using the OptiMobile softclient called WBX UniPhone. I wonder if this is the first non-Windows...

Google vs. Yahoo! Search Engines Going Wireless

The Deal's Tech Confidential today nicely sums up Google and Yahoo's plays into the mobile phone space.  Search on a cell phone would be a good thing -- as long as you can do it easily and the service is fast. ...

Chitter Chatter GPS tracking phone for kids

Hop-on, Inc. today launched a GPS tracking phone for children that kids wear like a wristwatch. Called the Chitter Chatter phone, they claim it is the world’s smallest GSM / Enhanced Location-Based-Services(LBS) Locator Phone. The Chitter Chatter phone will cost...

Slingbox works with Mobile Devices

Slingbox plans on adding a software client to complement their popular Slingbox streaming video content hardware device. According to IP Democracy:Place-shifting pioneer SlingBox is slated to announce at CES this week a new software client that allows any Windows Media-capable...
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