Month: December 2009

Apple Rumored to Buy VoIP Player iCall

Back in December 2004 I suggested in my Publisher’s Outlook column of Internet Telephony Magazine that Apple should get into
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iTunes App Store Approval Process Easing

Based on what I have been hearing and reading, the Apple iTunes App Store approval process is getting easier and
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SIP Trunking Providers

One of the areas of IP communications which is seeing tremendous growth is SIP trunking providers and suppliers and the
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Why is Nokia Closing Flagship Stores?

Although the Internet was supposed to reduce the need for brick and mortar locations and in reality growth in ecommerce
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The History of the Internet and Net Neutrality

If you are looking for a single article which will illuminate the evolution of the Internet, the challenges regulators had
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Nook Analysis

I stopped by local Norwalk, CT Barnes & Noble to gauge interest in the company’s latest product the Nook, the
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Debate Over In-Flight Calling Continues

The debate about using phones on flights has continued for a few years and currently through a mix of regulations
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Droid Ads Say iPhone is Girly

Verizon’s Droid ads pit the new phone against the Apple iPhone – comparing their manly device to one they infer
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Digium’s UK Connection – Asterisk Conference Sells out Twice

  Digium, the Asterisk Company announced they recently inked a deal with Dorset, UK ITSP VoIP Unlimited to connect Digium’s
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Nuance Dragon Dictation for iPhone Launched

The free program for Apple’s iPhone is dead easy to use and the accuracy is OK as you can see
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