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Fraunhofer Full-HD Voice - HD Voice on Steroids?

I was very familiar with Fraunhofer, since they are renowned for their MP3 encoder and in fact helped pioneer MP3 technology. A German company, Fraunhofer continues to do research to come up with the best sounding audio at the lowest...

Google's Chrome Team Reveals WebRTC Roadmap

Google's Chrome team stated in their recent WebRTC roadmap that the main components of WebRTC are now stable and they will be releasing it to the 200M+ Chrome users later this year. However, they want developers to get a sneak...

Skype for iPhone Blocked in Canada

I learned that the Skype for iPhone app is unavailable to our Canadian friends across the border in the Apple iTunes App Store. I contacted Skype for comment and their representative told me, "There are some patent-licensing issues which prevent...

Skype Launches 4.0 with Super <strike>Duper Weenie</strike> Wideband Codec

According to Skype Journal, Skype has released Skype 4.0 to Gold. The new version sports not "wideband audio" but a "Super Wideband audio codec" or what I like to call the Super Duper Weenie Wideband codec after one of my...

Palringo IM & Push To Talk Mobile Application

Palringo is a very cool Instant Messaging program with push-to-talk VoIP functionality that runs on Windows Mobile phones, Symbian phones, and PCs. Palringo allows you to instantly exchange text, photos and vocal IMs with an individual contact or even a...

Nortel buys 5 percent of Global IP Sound

In the February 2003 issue of Internet Telephony Magazine, I wrote about Global IP Sound's excellent GIPS VoiceEngine codec, which can be integrated into VoIP applications. GIPS VoiceEngine is a software package that handles all the voice components and includes...
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