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Google stock continues to impress

According to the wires, Google is reporting a 70 percent year-over-year increase in revenue of $2.69 billion in its third quarter 2006 fiscal results, which ended Sept. 30. The Internet search engine also announced a non-GAAP operating income of $1.03...

VoIP over EVDO from PeerMe

Found an interesting company that can do VoIP over EVDO, a popular high-speed data network used by Sprint, Verizon, and other mobile carriers. PeerMe, today launched its free service designed to allow users of Sprint EVDO mobile phones to make...

Raketu new P2P VoIP app takes on Skype

Is Raketu the next Skype killer? Raketu today launched a new VoIP client that also offers information and entertainment services. Raketu’s communications features include dialout calling (rakOut) to landline/mobile phones, Instant Messaging (supporting Raketu, Yahoo, MSN, AOL, ICQ, Google and...

Amazon, Google, Yahoo, eBay fight net neutrality with letter to Congress

Internet Titans Amazon, Google, Yahoo, eBay, and IAX/InterActiveCorp joined together in writing a letter to Congressional Senators expressing their concerns about net neutrality. This is a clash of the titans for sure. Congress and the telecom/cable lobbyists on one side...

The Perfect VoIP Softphone and IM client

With more softphones on the market than you can shake a stick at, each with their own "island" of users that cannot bridge to other islands, I've become a bit disillussioned with the VoIP softphone market. Sure, there is talk...

Yahoo and Sony VoIP deal?

I just got this email at 10pm EST:I wanted to touch base with you on some news Yahoo! is announcing around our voice efforts, and see if you are interested in receiving the details under embargo today. We are extending...

Double-Dipping on the Internet

Foreboding article in today's New York Times about "The High-Speed Money Line" and where the Internet may be heading -- consumers paying to get online and then paying again. Seems content providers (Yahoo, Amazon, eBay, etc.) may have to pay...

AOL and Yahoo to tax email

According to the AP, Yahoo Inc. and America Online, plan to introduce a service that would charge senders a fee to route their e-mail directly to a user's mailbox without first passing through junk mail filters.The AP states, "The fees,...

Yahoo VoIP survey says people use search engines to find VoIP solutions

Just thought I'd share Yahoo's survey on VoIP, which Yahoo! Search Marketing recently commissioned by the National American Testing Organization, to explore how consumers use Internet search in researching and purchasing VoIP service. The findings include helpful insight for...

Microsoft buys Yahoo?

In my 2006 Predictions, I predicted that Microsoft would buy Level3. It was more of a "should" than "would" prediction. I intertwined some "should" predictions into my "would" predictions. In any event, the rumor mill is churning around a Microsoft...

AOL & Google deal a nightmare for Microsoft?

The ink isn't even dry from Google's 5% $1 billion stake in AOL and yet some are claiming Bill Gates is still wiping his tears from losing the battle for AOL to Microsoft's arch nemesis, namely Google. America Online parent...

Mandriva Linux to support Skype

Skype and Mandriva (publisher of Mandriva Linux operating system) today announced that Skype will come included with the Mandriva Linux distro. According to Candace Locklear over at SparkPR, "Mandriva's Linux 2006 is the first and only Linux operating system to...

Yahoo offers Movable type

Yahoo is now offering the popular Movable Type blogging software. This follows this weekend's news of Yahoo's acquisition of Del.icio.us, a popular online bookmarking tool used by bloggers, as well as their recent acquisition of Flickr, which offers a way...

TiVo Says Yahoo! Is Anybody Watching?

In the latest attempt to merge the two great entertainment spheres -- TV and the Internet --TiVo and Yahoo announced earlier today a new service that enables TiVo users to remotely program their digital video recorders using Yahoo's TV information web...

Click to call continues to grow

With companies such as Ingenio and eStara promoting click-to-call technology and ecommerce sites looking to add click-to-call to help close sales, "click-to-call VoIP" (click on a web link and initiate a VoIP call) continues to make strides. Google, eBay, Yahoo...

Yahoo podcast service

Yahoo launched their own podcast service http://podcasts.yahoo.com that will let users download and review online radio programs. It also allows users to search for podcasts or browse from a podcast directory with tens of thousands of podcasts. Erik Lagerway, TMC's...

Google Adsense changes

Google changed their Adsense advertising method last Tuesday which is affecting millions of online campaigns. Many Adsense publishers have seen a "bump" in revenue as a result of Google's advertising changes, while advertisers are complaining of increased costs. Google now...

Yahoo Messenger Launches Today

I just wanted to share this email I received yesterday about Yahoo Messenger's announcement made today (officially it's called Yahoo! Messenger with Voice). I had made some inquiries to them about how their Dialpad integration was going. I'm under deadline...

Yahoo Partners with Xten a Major VoIP Softphone Player

Another Yahoo deal with a major VoIP player. Yesterday was Dialpad, today it is Xten. Google, are you watching this? When are you going to launch Google VoIP and stop standing on the sidelines? Are you going to let Yahoo...

Yahoo buys Dialpad

After all the speculation about Yahoo buying Skype, it appears that Om got the scoop on Yahoo buying Dialpad. Boy, I remember being one of the first Dialpad users many years ago. If I recall it was a Java applet...

Yahoo buys Skype?

It's too early to know if this rumor is true or not, but word is Yahoo and Skype are in talks. While they could simply be talking about integrating Skype into Yahoo Messenger, it could also mean Yahoo is looking...

Yahoo Messenger truly has VoIP?

I got an interesting comment from Guillaume to my Yahoo Messenger is not VoIP article that reads:You're the specialist so correct me if i'm wrong but I will reply here what I replied over there:"Yahoo Inc's will be limited to...

Yahoo Messenger is not VoIP

Jeremy blogged about the Yahoo Messenger announcement and he complained that Ryan Naraine over at eWEEK miscategorized Yahoo Messenger as having VoIP capabilities when Yahoo Messenger can merely do PC-to-PC calling. He preferred the term VoIM (voice over instant message)...

Yahoo Mail Sucks

A friend of mine uses Yahoo Mail and just recently I noticed that when he sends me web links, the URLs get cut off and split onto two lines, thus simply clicking on the link doesn't work. What gives? The...

Yahoo 360

From VoIP Blog - Rich Tehrani: Yahoo will soon introduce a new service called yahoo 360 that combines blogging and social networking. The service is designed to enable Yahoo's 165 million registered users to pull content from the Web site's...
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