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Nimbuzz for Blackberry Launches

Nimbuzz today launched their social networking, IM, and VoIP app for the Blackberry. Although it doesn't support VoIP. It works on multiple IM networks including Skype IM as well as online chat support for MSN, GoogleTalk, Yahoo!, Facebook &...

Nimbuzz VoIP/IM App Has huge Apple App Store Marketshare

With yesterday's news about the new Nimbuzz for iPhone app and the launch of a Nimbuzz Mac client, I contacted Tobias Kemper, Head of Communications for Nimbuzz and asked him a question about DTMF/touch-tone support in any pending release. Any...

Nimbuzz Launches Mac client

Nimbuzz following on top of last night's release of push notifications for their Apple iPhone app has today just released a Mac version of their popular IM/VoIP aggregator application. Nimbuzz supports Windows Live Messenger (MSN), Yahoo, ICQ, AIM, Google...

Nimbuzz VoIP app on Apple App Store

Nimbuzz is a free app that lets you call (VoIP), chat, message, and send photos, music and video on your iPhone, which was recently made available on the Apple App Store. Using a centralized contact list you can connect with...

More Proof That Gadgets Are Good for You

See -- as if we needed confirmation -- gadgetry is good for you. Well, maybe I'm taking a small step here, but a new study from the MacArthur Foundation has found that all those hours that teenagers spend socializing on...

Belkin GoStudio Turns iPod into Recording Studio!

Now you can turn your iPod into your own mini, hand-sized recording studio with Belkin's GoStudio.  It can record stereo audo directly to an iPod Classic, Nano or Video with its two built-in microphones, a mono speaker and four...

SightSpeed Light Flash Video on MySpace

SightSpeed just launched a new “SightSpeed Light” widget for MySpace, which adds two-way voice and video to the popular social networking site. If you recall, I wrote the following about SightSpeed Light: The obvious question that came to my mind...

MySpaceIM with Skype launches

MySpaceIM with Skype is now available to the MySpace and Skype global communities. In case you hadn't heard, MySpaceIM with Skype integrates MySpace’s IM client with Skype’s free VoIP calling capability. According to the news, it is being launched in...

uPhoneBlog enables Email to Blog Posts

uPhoneBlog (www.uphoneblog.com) is a free project that allow users send photos and videos from their mobile phones to any blog or website in real time. It works with all cell phones and providers simply by using MMS (multimedia message service)...

Skype Surpasses 10 million simultaneous users

In addition to the exciting Skype & Myspace news, Skype is celebrating surpassing the 10 million simultaneous users globally connected online to each other for the first time. Three years ago, on October 20, 2004, Skype had 1 million simultaneous...

Myspace goes VoIP

TMC co-worker, Greg Galitzine, is reporting that Reuters stated Myspace will announce a partnership with Skype tomorrow. This is great news for Skype/eBay, but like I said before, I still think Skype itself could be a Facebook and MySpace social...

TellThem.mobi enables remote MySpace messages and picture sending

MySpace users will find this brand new web-based utility from TellThem.mobi useful. As MySpacers know, there isn't an easy way to connect to all your MySpace friends when you're on the go away from you PC. With TellThem.mobi, you can...

Jaxtr Launches Public Beta

Jaxtr tomorrow will launch the public beta (previously a private beta) of their service that brings voice to social networks and blogs. You can now sign up to receive a free jaxtr account that links your mobile or landline phones...

Adobe Flash goes VoIP

Om broke the news about Adobe’s secret VoIP start-up project. I knew about Adobe’s top-secret VoIP plans since June of this year. I interviewed Adobe's <[edit] name withheld per request> back in June and got some interesting insights into Adobe’s...

MTV: Living in a Virtual World

If watching reality TV and playing "reality" video games like all of the permutations of The Sims wasn't enough, MTV plans to launch its new show, Virtual Laguna Beach, on Wednesday. Not just any old MTV-type show, according to reports...

VoIP Quality from bad to worse

Brix Networks, a company that develops monitoring tools for service providers, analyzed data it gathered from a Web site it created a couple of years ago called TestYourVoIP.com. The site does a bandwidth test and allows consumers to test the...

"All Things Digital" Is Must Reading

Great must reading in the Wall Street Journal's Technology special report on "All Things Digital" from earlier this week. Coverage is from "D4: All Things Digital -- The Wall Street Journal Executive Conference," hosted by Walt Mossberg (left) and Kara Swisher...

Kandice Melonakos a popstar wannabe releases KanTalk VoIP client

Can you say "riding the coattails of VoIP"? Knowing how hot "VoIP" is, this little 17-year old teeny-bopper decided to create her own VoIP software to coincide with her debut single. Coincidence? Stupid marketing ploy! Actually, it worked, since...
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