Month: November 2007

Skype Foiling German Police

VoIP has reduced the cost of phone calls worldwide allowing many the ability to speak with others at a low
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Why Verizon Sued Vonage

I receive many questions about patents and why one company sues another. Patent portfolios are like nuclear weapons – if
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Advertising 2.0: What it Shouldn’t Be

The internet has evolved to a point where there is almost no information you can’t find about someone if you
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Re-Kindle

I may have really screwed this prediction up. You remember yesterday when I said nobody wants the Kindle, the e-book
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Nokia 810 Review

Tom Keating has an excellent review of the Nokia N810 and although I haven’t seen this gadget yet, based on
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Europe Opens the iPhone Market

Recently I posted an article regarding the strategic advantage afforded the country with the most wireless device choice. In summary
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Rumor Mill: Google Buying Skype

I have to be honest with you my loyal and devoted readers. I am disgusted with myself. Why you ask?
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Google TV

If you think Android and the Open Handset Alliance are interesting, check out this article form TechCrunch about how Google
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COTS to the Service Provider Rescue

There was a time when service providers had to purchase massively expensive proprietary equipment in order to deploy telephone service.
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Voice Peering Forum Winter 2007

If you are going to go to one voice peering conference in 2007 it needs to be VPF or Voice
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