Day: February 6, 2008

Google Tells Domain Kiters to Fly One

Great news that Google will be doing its part to eliminate domain tasting and kiting — techniques to avoid paying
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BT Fusion Gone

GigaOm reports that BT Fusion is going away to be replaced by a new service powered by HTC devices. Fusion
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Bebo To Be Bought?

It is enough to make the average person sick. How does a company with a name like Yahoo! get a
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Is AT&T a Runaway Winner?

Is AT&T going to win the IP services wars? I get the feeling they are really doing a fine job
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LG Viewty Crosses Threshold

We are really at the threshold of a new era of mobile communications as today’s cell phones are monsters in
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ooVoo Gives Free Calls

Recently I discussed Packet8 and their MobileTalk service allowing inexpensive calls from cell phones to international numbers. Now I want
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A Cut Cable a Day

Apparently a cut cable a day makes the Internet go away. We are at five and counting. Any theories on
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Big Things, Small Packages

Check out my Publisher’s Outlook from the next issue of Internet Telephony Magazine. I didn’t post it here because some
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Voce Signals Failed MVNO Experiment

Is it safe to say that if Sprint itself can barely make it as a mobile carrier, then companies that
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Blodget on Yahoo/Microsoft!

Henry Blodget details why the Microsoft/Yahoo! deal will get more tricky over time. He describes an infinite loop of angry
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