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TringMe opens platform API to developers

Some great news for VoIP developers. Today TringMe announced it has opened up its platform APIs for developers. According to TringMe's blog, TringMe’s open API will allow developers of Adobe Flex, AIR, Symbian S60 or even a pure web platform...

C2Call - New browser-based Java VoIP app

C2Call (C2Call) lets you make web-based P2P VoIP phone calls direct from your browser whether you're using Linux, Windows, or an Apple Mac. The software is a Java widget that is loaded temporary from the C2Call web page into...

Zingaya Media Server enables Adobe Flash-based VoIP

A Russian-based company, Innovative Systems of Communication (ISC, Inc.) just launched their company website in both Russian and English. This is the same company that launched Flashphone.ru, a proof-of-concept Flash-based phone app which I discovered & reviewed. ISC is now...

SightSpeed Light Flash Video Conferencing & Chat

There has been a lot of hype behind Flash VoIP, including Adobe's formerly top-secret Flash VoIP project, which Om Malik (get well soon) and I broke the story back in 2006. Other players have come along in that time, including...

Flashphone adds SIP Call Me Button

Flashphone, which I reviewed here, has created a CallMe widget which allows you to put CallMe button on your site and then use your own SIP account to connect it to your PSTN number. It can also make a SIP...

Ribbit Launches

Ribbit is a development platform launching today, which enables developers to integrate communications solutions into their web applications. A proprietary softswitch (the Ribbit SmartSwitch) mediates communication across protocols, networks and devices. That includes MSN Messenger, Google Talk, Yahoo Messenger (soon)...

Firefox VoIP Extension open to any SIP provider

Luca just emailed me that his company just launched a new version of their Firefox VoIP extension that is open to any SIP provider. Luca writes, "A new version of the VoIP Extension is now available for download and it’s...

Ribbit Flash VoIP App Launch

Back in September in my Skype Could Trump Facebook in Social Networking post, I talked about how Skype could beat Facebook, but I also discussed how Flash VoIP apps could be a major played in the VoIP space. One company...

PushCall.com Another Flash VoIP Player

Kees van Nuland, Managing director of PushCall.com contacted Rich about their Flash-based VoIP application after seeing Rich's post. Just to recap the Flash VoIP landscape, we have FlashPhone, which I broke the story in early November, and yesterday I...

tringme TringPhone Flash VoIP App Launches

Looks like we've got another Adobe Flash-based VoIP phone to go along with the Russian flashphone I reviewed last month and which coincidentally launched some new features today. This one comes from India called TringMe, with the application aptly named...

flashphone Beta Running on Adobe Flash launches

As you know, I've discussed Adobe getting into VoIP in the past where you can use a 100% Flash softphone application. Since the vast majority of PCs, Macs, PockePCs, Windows Mobile, and other operating systems all have Flash installed, in...

Skype 3.5 adds Call Transfer

I missed this bit of Skype news from a couple days ago that announced Skype had added Call Transfer functionality, which allows you to transfer a call to another Skype user OR to a PSTN number. At first glance, many...

Microsoft Silverlight takes on Adobe Flash

Scobleizer talks about Microsoft throwing down the multi-media gauntlet with a new software called Silverlight that aims to take on Adobe Flash, the predominant video media format on YouTube and other websites due to its better cross-platform support. Microsoft's Silverlight...

Wengo releases Flash VoIP client

Looks like Wengo beat Adobe to the punch in offering a Flash VoIP client. If you recall, both Om and I discussed how Adobe was planning on offering a Flash VoIP client.Check out the news courtesy of Slashdot: "Wengo, a...

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...

Adobe's Acrobat 7.0 Knows All the Tricks

I can’t say enough good things about Adobe’s Acrobat 7.0 Professional.  While Adobe’s Reader software is invaluable for anyone looking at company literature (particularly PDF product files) on the web, Acrobat 7.0 Professional opens up the review, markup and approval...

Iomega 120 GB Portable Hard Drive

Iomega today announced the expansion its popular small hard drive product lineup with a 120GB model of the Iomega Portable Hard Drive, an ultra-slim high-capacity device that is also available in capacities of 40GB, 60GB, 80GB and 100GB. The Iomega...
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