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AOL Exits VoIP Arena - Again

AOL is dropping VoIP yet again. I'm getting dizzy from all the times they've entered the VoIP space, exited, and then re-entered. First a history lesson on their starts & stops in VoIP/telephony. In 2006, AOL gives up on Total...

Office Communicator clients cannot communicate with AOL Contacts Problem Solved

Scott Oseychik over on the MSDN blogs has a good post today about federation issues between OCS 2005/2007 and AOL. Apparently, American Online changed their root certificates on their SIP Access Gateway at approximately 12/2/2008, 4:00 AM EST.Via Scott's post:...

AOL BigDownload Indeed!

AOL has introduced its newest online gaming site, BigDownload.com, moving to expand its niche audience and boost targeted ad revenue. The addition to AOL's smaller GameDaily.com is a joint venture with Weblogs, an information-based Internet company. WIth 700 downloadable files, the site...

Enabled Comments from AOL/AIM, Yahoo, Movable Type, WordPress, LiveJournal, OpenID, or Vox users

Movable Type 4.0+ has several plugins that utilize Movable Type's extensible Open ID Login framework to give a customized login experience for AOL/AIM, Yahoo, Movable Type, WordPress, LiveJournal, or Vox users on Movable Type blogs. The logon requirements for AOL/AIM,...

TringMe Now Works with AOL/AIM

Well, it certainly didn't take long for someone to leverage AOL's Open Voice APIs featuring full SIP support. TringMe is apparently the 'first' out of the gate announcing support  to millions of AIM call-out users to make calls directly from...

AOL Launches Open Voice APIs

Today, AOL will launch Open Voice APIs to enable developers to integrate the AIM Call Out Service into softphones and SIP-enabled devices. According to AOL, the APIs will "provide third-party developers and VoIP device manufacturers with open standards protocols that...

AIM Call Out Update

Just to update my post from on Friday about AOL's new AIM Call Out. I read an email from an AOL representative late on Friday confirming that AOL AIM Call Out is "not yet publicly announced" but that a public...

AIM Call Out Launches

A reader informed me a few days ago about AOL AIM Call Out asking me for my feedback on the VoIP quality and features of this product. I told him: I honestly haven't checked it out (AIM Call Out). AOL...

EQO VoIP / IM client now supports Windows Mobile and Blackberry mobile phones

Remember my in-depth overview of EQO Communications and their mobile-to-VoIP (Skype), mobile-to-IM (GoogleTalk, AOL, Skype, etc.) and mobile-to-social communities software?Well, I had word last week that tomorrow EQO Communications will announce support for RIM Blackberry and Windows Mobile powered devices. ...

Is Vonage the new AOL?

Smith on VoIP asks "Is 'Vonage' the new AOL?" by putting into context my Vonage promotion with Amazon post where a coworker of mine received a Vonage flyer along with Smith on VoIP receiving a Vonage flyer in his gas...

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...

AOL TotalTalk is no more

Aswath noticed that it appearred AOL was cancelling their TotalTalk service. When you go to www.totaltalk.com you are greeted with this message: "We are very sorry to inform you AOL® Enhanced Services ("AOL ES") has decided to discontinue offering the...

AOL AIM Phoneline offers free inbound calling

George Ou over at ZDNet points out that AOL AIM PhoneLine is now offering free inbound calling. With Skype offering free SkypeOut calling, Globe7 offering pseudo-free PSTN dialing by earning credits watching videos, Jajah offers free worldwide dialing, and several...

Covad offers Unlimited VoIP minutes plan for businesses

Yesterday, Covad unveiled that customers using its PBXi and PBXi Plus business-class Voice over IP (VoIP) offerings will now have unlimited domestic monthly minutes. I wanted to blog about this yesterday, but wanted more information. I asked Covad more specifics...

MapQuest Is Coming to a Cell Phone Near You ...

How about getting MapQuest on your cell phone when you're lost and won't ask anybody for directions? Seems AOL is planning MapQuest Navigator, a mobile service in partnership with Telmap that will enable drivers and pedestrians to access GPS, turn-by-turn and voice-guided...

Google Buys into AOL

How about Google buying a small stake -- 5% -- of AOL? Not all that long ago, the great merger of AOL and Time Warner was going to rock the industry; about the only thing that got rocked was the...

Microsoft MSN lowers Internet dial-up price

AOL recently announced a price hike in their dial-up Internet service. Microsoft is responding with a new price promotion for their MSN Dial-Up Internet access service aimed at AOL users that don't want to pay AOL's high dial-up costs.. According...

AOL Open AIM to enable plugins and mashups

Holy moly! AOL is opening up their AIM client! Wow... It's about frickin' time is alll I have to say. While they are enabling developers to tie into their AIM client, it's unclear if this will enable interoperability with other...

AOL and Yahoo to tax email

According to the AP, Yahoo Inc. and America Online, plan to introduce a service that would charge senders a fee to route their e-mail directly to a user's mailbox without first passing through junk mail filters.The AP states, "The fees,...

AOL and IBM Sametime IM clients federate

Looks like my prediction that in 2006 that IM clients will interoperate is coming true. AOL today announced that it has formed a relationship with IBM to connect their instant messaging communities. The popular enterprise IM client, IBM Lotus Sametime...

Search Me: Now Video Search Goes Mainstream

Video search -- just what we needed!Not too surprising to find the big players in search (Google, Yahoo!) now looking at video; makes sense with all of the video and visual programming and files we now have crammed into our...

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...

AOL’s Internet Indie Video Programming

My scorecard on what each of the major telecom, wireless and entertainment companies actually offer their customers gets more confusing every day.Earlier this week, AOL joined start-up Brightcove to offer web video distribution to almost any video content producer to...

AOL Goes To the Pods

It seems like if you blink, you miss another deal between online and content providers.  Not wanting to miss the bandwagon, AOL has announced a deal with Time Warner to offer "vintage" shows, such as "Wonder Woman" and "Kung Fu," over the Internet for...

AOL Hi-Q DVD video format downloads

Nearly half of online consumers are watching video online, according to Forrester Research, and AOL.com is the first portal to introduce a trial for a new “AOL Hi-Q” high quality video format. The AOL.com trial will initially offer more than...
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