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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...

Flash-based flashphone adds new features

Flashphone, a Flash-based VoIP softphone, which I broke the news about last month, has released a new version with some cool new features, including: - Receive incoming SIP calls in flashphone - Add your SIP-accounts using the account manager to...

Skype High Quality Video Review

Skype launched their latest version of Skype last week featuring what they call "High Quality Video" - not to be confused with HD Video used on HDTVs which features display resolutions of 1280x720 (720p) or 1920x1080 (1080i or 1080p). Skype...

Getting Snagged Typing While on the Phone No More!

Ok, show of hands - who hasn't been on a conference call or talking with a spouse, family or friends, and they heard you pecking away at the keyboard? [crickets in background...] Ok, even if they didn't say anything, I'm...

Qingbar GP300 Wireless Video Glasses

Video glasses haven't exactly taken off, partly because of all the wires involved. Today, I learned about the Qingbar GP300, billed as the "world's first wireless video glasses" featuring a QVGA video image (432x240) that simulates a 50" display...

R2-D2 Webcam & VoIP Phone

I got my Christmas edition of the Sharper Image catalog over the Black Friday/Thanksgiving weekend and saw some cool gadgets. One of my favorites was a 8" tall Star Wars R2-D2 droid that is a roving webcam transmitting real-time video...

Nokia N810 Internet Tablet - woohoo!

The multi-faceted Nokia N810 internet tablet has finally arrived on store shelves. This highly anticipated Linux-based gadget has more gadgety features than you can shake a stick at - including a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, built-in GPS, digital audio/video playback, Bluetooth,...

Packet8 MobileTalk Launches

8x8, provider of Packet8 broadband VoIP services, today announced the launch of Packet8 MobileTalk - a mobile calling service that utilizes a downloadable software application that can currently reside on any Windows, Palm or Symbian based mobile phone. It connects...

Jajah Direct Launches

JAJAH Direct is a new service launching tomorrow, which allows you to simply dial a local access number to talk globally - no Internet or data access needed and you can skip having to dial from your PC using VoIP...

Viseon, Vonage Video Phone Manufacturer, Bites the Dust

Viseon Media, a video phone manufacturer, has apparently bitten the dust. Vonage was supposed to offer Viseon's VisiFone (image right) to their subscribers to compete with Packet8 which was first to market with a VoIP videophone. Obviously, Vonage decided to...

Spock, Kirk, E911 for VoIP and All that Jazz

TMCNet is reporting that the House passed legislation requiring Internet telephone companies to provide customers with emergency 911 calling services. According to the article, the 911 Modernization and Public Safety Act, aims to bring Internet telephony companies in compliance with...

SkyStone releases new version of Skype gateway

SkyStone today released a new version of their 100% software-only Skype gateway. The Skystone Software IP Skype Gateway provides interoperability between both traditional and IP-based PBXs and Skype, employees to leverage inexpensive Skype calling rates directly from their desk phones...

PBX in a Flash Asterisk Distro Launches

Ward Mundy over at Nerd Vittles informs me that tomorrow Nerd Vittles will officially launch PBX in a Flash, a new Asterisk-based distribution that bundles in the best parts of Asterisk along with some cool third-party applications. PBX in a...

VoIPo3G Will Reach 250M Cell Phone Users by 2012?

According to the Disruptive Analysis report there will be over 250m VoIP Users Over 3G Mobile Networks by 2012. Call me a cynic, but this seems overly optimistic for 250 million users to be making VoIP over 3G calls. 6...

Skype Outage Explained

Just received this email from a Skype PR representative explaining the outage I discovered over the weekend. They say it was minor, and I will say it was a short outage. But there were some peeved users. I read a...

Skype WiFi phones Outage

BREAKING! Something has happened with the Skype service that prevents all brands of WiFi and dual-mode (WiFi & PSTN) phones from signing into Skype. This problem seems to have started sometime on Saturday and continued until late Sunday (possibly as...

Microsoft Response Point Review

Microsoft Response Point, is Microsoft's foray into the SMB phone system space, offering companies of up to 50 employees to easily set up and maintain an IP-PBX with advanced functionality such as speech recognition dialing and voicemail-to-email - all at...

Sat3Play Satellite Triple Play - cool stuff!

Apparently, I don't know everything in VoIP , since I never heard of Newtec's Sat3Play until this morning. Sat3Play is a Satellite Triple Play system that offers 2-way communication to enable VoIP, Internet access, and video (IPTV). They categorize it...

TMCnet Kicks Butt in IP Communications

Rich blogged late yesterday about TMC's Quantcast statistics which showed TMC's domination in the IP communications space. We already knew from our Alexa stats that we dominated the space, but Alexa isn't very accurate. So we recently added Quantcast to...

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...

VoIP Blogger Steals TMC Articles

Normally, I wouldn't spend my time complaining about someone plagiarizing my blog or any of TMC's other blogs. I've written about sploggers in the past, that take word-for-word the exact copy of your blog posts. But, I figured if I...

Will the Real Google gPhone Please Stand up!

Will the real Google Phone, gPhone, or whatever the heck it's going to be called please stand up? Enough of the hype and enough of the teasing. I can't take it any more. The latest tease comes from The...

Free Calls on Facebook

Looking for free phone calls on Facebook? Well, IVR Technologies has what you're looking for. First let me point out that Rich has an excellent overview of IVR Technologies that is worth reading just to give you some background on...

GIPS REX Softphone

Global IP Solutions (GIPS), today announced the release of its new VoIP softphone called REX. REX features multi-party instant messaging, advanced presence capabilities, voicemail and a comprehensible user-interface. GIPS is well-known as one of the leading codecs that is licensed...
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