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Blazar Wireless Speaker Review

I took Beacon's Blazar ($149.99) wireless portable speaker for a test drive and compared it vs. the Jawbone Big JAMBOX ($179.99 $199), a popular wireless speaker. The first thing I noticed was how heavy the JAMBOX is compared with the...

Logitech H650e Headset Review

The Logitech USB Headset 650e "corded" stereo headset is the sister to the H820e "wireless" headset I recently reviewed. Both models target unified communications (UC) with some call control functions like mute and answer call. Like the H820e, the H650e...

Kaspersky Kills Microsoft Lync - No Audio or Video

If you use Kaspersky with Microsoft Lync (or OCS 2007), you may be interested to know that Kaspersky can kill Lync's connectivity. Specifically, Kapersky Internet Security's network traffic monitor, called Web Protection in some versions blocks the network traffic. It...

Adobe Enhances Flash VoIP Capabilities

Even with Adobe's new Wallaby offering which aims to make détente with Apple in the mobile space, Adobe is still going full steam ahead in improving Adobe Flash, including its VoIP capabilities. Adobe just released Adobe Flash 10.3 beta, which...

Finally! New Windows Mobile App AudioRoute Enables Earpiece for VoIP Apps

Finally a software tool called AudioRoute that can be used to route Windows Mobile audio from the earpiece speaker to the backspeaker and vice-versa. This is especially needed for VoIP applications on Windows Mobile phones.I've tested several VoIP apps...

YouTube Kills Fair Use, Mutes Audio

Apparently YouTube has decided to ignore the whole "fair use" thing. You know, the law whereby you are allowed limited use of copyrighted material without requiring permission from the rights holders, such as use for scholarship or review. Fair use...

Can We Do Anything about iPod Audio Quality?

In the iPod age, music sound quality has been dumbed down to "Fisher-Price toy" levels, said one of my all time favorite rockers, Neil Young, at Fortune's Brainstorm Tech Conference."Apple has taken a detour down the convenience highway," he said,...

Windows Vista USB Audio Driver Problem Fixed

Windows Vista Ultimate Edition is my latest desktop machine at work and some USB audio devices have given me nothing but problems. While most USB audio devices have installed just fine, since they use the standard Microsoft USB audio class,...

CES 2006: Annual CE Clambake Kicks Off Tomorrow

Just like New Year's Day follows New Year's Eve, the giant annual consumer electronics clambake in the desert known as the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) kicks off a few days after New Year's -- in this case tomorrow -- in Las Vegas....
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