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Skype on Sony PSP

Rejoice! Skype on the Sony PSP may be unveiled this week at CES. Sony's CES page seemed to "leak" the details (click the PSP controller graphic on their site). The Sony PSP doesn't have cellular data connectivity so you'll need...

GPS + Google Android = Wi-Fi Army

Wi2P Entertainment is developing a gaming application called Wi-Fi Army that combines GPS tracking, WiFi, cellphone, and a cellphone camera that allows you to play a game of "GPS laser tag" against other players. They claim to have used Android's...

Skype Journal's VoIP Predictions

Phil Wolff over at Skype Journal has an interesting list of predictions for 2008. He didn't a nice even 10 or even an even dozen, not even 20. Nope, he did a whopping 37 predictions. Granted some are more humorous...

Creative InPerson Wi-Fi Videophone

Creative leaked the Creative InPerson Wi-Fi videophone via their FCC filing. It features H.264 video with SIP support, high video quality (up to VGA resolution and 2 Mbps bit-rate) and claims to perform well under low light. It features a...

Digium reaches 1 million download milestone

Digium, today announced the one millionth download of Asterisk in 2007. Digium's PR rep emailed me to say they have now completed its 24th consecutive quarter of growth and profitability this year. When I heard that number - 24 quarters,...

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...

Launch of VoIP on iPod touch now official

We all know iPod Touch Mods is hard at work to hack the iPod touch to enable SIP-based VoIP, right? Well, it'll be a Happy New Year with the official release on January 1st, 2008. SIP-VoIP for the iPod touch...

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)...

Vonage Outage

Pal Dan Conner & big Vonage aficionado, who runs the Vonage Forums tipped me off to a major Vonage outage. Boy, Skype outages recently and now this. Hope this is just a minor outage. VoIP doesn't need a black eye...

Microsoft OCS 2007 Training

I've written about the complexities of deploying OCS 2007 in the past. Because I wrote an extensive review of OCS 2007, I've had several of my readers ask if TMC provides OCS 2007 training and a couple of readers...

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...

Congrats to Netgear - wins Top 10 Gadgets 2007 Award

Netgear is #3 on Time Magazine's Top 10 Gadgets of 2007 for their Wi-Fi Skype phone - the Netgear SPH200W. The Netgear SPH200W sports 802.11b/g Wi-Fi, around four hours of talk time, WEP / WPA / WPA2 support, and of...

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...

Nerd Vittles Delivers some Asterisk Christmas Goodies

Just last month, PBX in a Flash launched. Well, Nerd Vittles aka 'Santa Claus for Asterisk', has been busy in his workshop building and adding features to PBX in a Flash. Well Nerd Vittles has finally put on his Santa...

Philips VOIP841 Review

I'm been testing the Philips VOIP841 for review for a few months now. Let me start by saying I constantly have various VoIP products and gadgets on my desk for testing, but they typically only stay there for a short...

VoIP on iPod Touch

VoIP on the iPod touch requires a few hacks. First, we need to hack in a microphone using Touch-4-VoIP. Check. Next, get someone to hack in a SIP application by loading the app from the command line into the iPod touch....

Spirit DSP Lands Huawei Technologies

TMCNet is reporting that Spirit DSP has landed China-based networking giant Huawei Technologies. Huawei will license SPIRIT's TeamSpirit 3.0 Voice Engine PC which enhanced the voice quality for VoIP calls. Alex Kravchenko, VP Sales & Marketing at SPIRIT DSP, said...

trixbo Pro updates

Kerry Garrison blogged about some major updates to trixbox Pro, and Asterisk-based IP-PBX. He also told me, "The highlights being the ability to take a phone right out of the box, plug it into your network and automatically provisions itself...

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...

JAJAH Apple iPhone and iPod Touch App Launches

Tomorrow, JAJAH will launch their new JAJAH iPhone app, which comes with the 'look and feel' of the iPhone's dial pad and address book and also works on the iPod Touch. JAJAH as you know allows users to make low-cost...

Skype Soap Opera

Just read a funny post on ZDNet UK about why Skype was having 10,000 page faults per second. Some Skype users reported to the Skype forums the problems to Skype, who initially said it was "by design" then later admitted...

QueueMetrics launches new features

QueueMetrics is a popular call center monitoring application that works with the Asterisk IP-PBX and featuring over 150 quantitative metrics to see what is happening in your call center(s). Some of its main features include the ability to view a...

Touch-4-VoIP Adds Microphone for iPod touch

VoIP on the Apple iPod touch just became a reality with the help of some iPod touch enthusiasts/hackers over at Touchmods. Touchmods writes, "As promised, we can make you some Mics built into the DockConnector with the preamp." The Touch-4-VoIP...

Yahoo Messenger for Vista

According to the Yahoo! Messenger blog, the Yahoo! Messenger for Vista has arrived - well at least the preview release anyway. Yahoo! Messenger for Vista, is built from the ground up for the Windows Vista operating system. Since this is...

Nokia Siemens Launches SIM USB Communication Key

Nokia Siemens Networks is combining VoIP with it's strength in the cellular network by  introducing the Communication Key, a USB device with SIM authentication that lets subscribers take VoIP and other rich communications on the road. According to the release,...
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