Archive for February, 2009

UK operators may strip Skype from Nokia devices – CNET News

Saturday, February 28th, 2009

UK operators may strip Skype from Nokia devicesCNET News, CAby Marguerite Reardon It looks like the deal to embed Skype clients on Nokia phones is meeting some resistance among wireless operators and could dampen the scope of the planned integration. The Web site Mobiletoday.co.uk reported earlier this week …mocoNews.net – 'Furious' UK Operators Want Nokia To [...]

Microsoft outlines Windows 7 tweaks – VNUNet.com

Saturday, February 28th, 2009

Microsoft outlines Windows 7 tweaksVNUNet.com, UK… reminders or a Messenger chat sometimes went unnoticed because needy windows were too subtle." Perhaps the most discussed change users will find in the release candidate will be in the user account control (UAC) component. Microsoft vowed to change …
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Eurojust Retracts VoIP Allegations – Government Technology

Friday, February 27th, 2009

Eurojust Retracts VoIP AllegationsGovernment Technology, CAEurojust, an EU judicial body composed of a representative from each of the 27 member states, has the mission of "enhancing the development of Europe-wide co-operation on criminal justice cases." Last week Eurojust issued a release that said Italian …EU Might Be Listening In on VoIP Calls TMC NetEU Could Investigate [...]

Capital enters 3G telephony – Calcutta Telegraph

Friday, February 27th, 2009

Capital enters 3G telephonyCalcutta Telegraph, IndiaRanchi has become one of the 12 cities of the country where mobile telephony has entered the third generation (3G). Union minister of state for food processing Subodh Kant Sahay launched the service, offered by BSNL, at a function in the capital today. …
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Karaka Bridges XMPP and Skype – TMC Net

Friday, February 27th, 2009

Karaka Bridges XMPP and SkypeTMC Net, CTVipadia announced the release under the GPLv2 of Karaka, the open-source XMPP-Skype Gateway (News – Alert) which connects the XMPP and Skype networks. Karaka is a scalable distributed XMPP transport that bridges instant messaging and presence between a …
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ooVoo VoIP Service – NetworkWorld.com

Friday, February 27th, 2009

PC WorldooVoo VoIP ServiceNetworkWorld.com, MABy Aoife M. Mcevoy , PC World , 02/27/2009 You may not have heard of ooVoo, but this relatively new video chat program could be worth a look, especially if you need to be able to conduct three-way video calls. The free version supports voice and video …Skype 4.0 Review PC WorldNew [...]

Open source PBXs make corporate gains; how much is up for debate – NetworkWorld.com

Friday, February 27th, 2009

Open source PBXs make corporate gains; how much is up for debateNetworkWorld.com, MAHe credits the Asterisk open source PBX, with Nortel comes in second for 85% of those deployments or 15.24% of overall installations last year. Nortel comes in second with behind all open source with 16.56%, Cisco comes in third with 12.53% and Avaya …
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BroadSoft enhances BroadWorks VoIP application platform – TMC Net

Friday, February 27th, 2009

BroadSoft enhances BroadWorks VoIP application platformTMC Net, CTFeb 27, 2009 (Datamonitor via COMTEX) — BroadSoft, a provider of VoIP applications, has introduced new product enhancements to its BroadWorks VoIP application platform that allow telecommunications service providers to simplify the deployment of …Broadsoft extends Web 2.0 services to mobile devices TechJournal Southall 2 news articles
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UK cell providers ask Nokia to pull Skype from phones – TechSpot

Friday, February 27th, 2009

UK cell providers ask Nokia to pull Skype from phonesTechSpotSpecifically Orange and O2, both operating in the UK, are reportedly threatening Nokia over the decision to include a Skype client on their N97 handset. Essentially, Orange and O2 are convinced that offering a Skype client on a phone leaves an avenue …
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AOL releases new AIM app for the iPhone – TECH.BLORGE.com

Friday, February 27th, 2009

TECH.BLORGE.comAOL releases new AIM app for the iPhoneTECH.BLORGE.com, Australia… stands for AOL Instant Messenger and it was once one of the darlings of the instant messaging (IM) world. AIM has declined in popularity as the popularity of AOL itself has waned, offset by other IM services like Google IM, Yahoo, and Microsoft. …
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