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Litl Webbook works great with Skype

06/25/2010, The $399 Litl Webbook is now compatible with Skype, allowing you to make both video and voice calls since the Skype app in new Litl Webbooks will be integrated from this fall onwards, although existing users will not miss out on the experience either with...

Google Voice lets you make free VoIP calls

06/22/2010, Google Voice can be used to make free VoIP calls provided you have a decent Internet connection, that is. If you have Sipgate set up as one of your Google Voice numbers, you are able to make and receive calls from your computer, where your computer is...

Google To Offer Google Voice VoIP In Gmail?

06/10/2010, This is still a rumor at this point, but word is that Google is testing integration of Google Voice into Gmail’s chat program, allowing users to make phone calls directly from their PC using the Google Voice service. This would obviously involve...

Skype 2.0 For iPhone Offers 3G Calling

05/30/2010, Good news for iPhone owners out there who use Skype. The VoIP company has released Skype 2.0 for the iPhone which finally offers the ability to make calls over 3G networks, instead of having to rely on a Wi-Fi network. According to Skype, other additional...

Google Offers To Buy VoIP Company Global IP For $68m

05/18/2010, Google seems to be shopping around for companies at the same rate that we shop for new flash drives, and now word is out that Google is offering a juicy $68.2 million for Global IP Solutions, a company that provides VoIP solutions for clients such as...

Navoto attempts to go up against roaming with Skype

04/20/2010, Navoto aims to go up against Skype with a spanking new device which is pretty complex in function, where you will require a SIM card swap as well as an always-on PC to keep everything up and running. As for the Navoto itself, it will direct both landline...

Congress Outlaws All Caller ID Spoofing, Including VoIP

04/15/2010, If you’re the type of person who likes to make prank calls, the “Truth in Caller ID Act of 2010” bill that was just passed won’t be something you’ll like. Under said bill, it will become illegal to use any caller ID service...

Skype Mobile for Verizon Demo

04/01/2010, Last week, Verizon and Skype have officially confirmed that a version of Skype mobile that supports 3G will be available for a selected number of Verizon phones. I met with the Skype Mobile team during an event today and Dan Chastney, the product manager...

Samsung Tablet To Sport Android And 4G Connectivity?

03/20/2010, This is still unconfirmed at the moment, but word is going around that the recently mentioned Samsung tablet might be powered by Google’s Android OS instead of some edition of Microsoft’s Windows 7. To make the deal even juicier, apparently...

MSI Shows Off MS-9A31 VoIP Phone At CeBIT

03/06/2010, The VoIP phone scene is getting more and more crowded, but MSI does seem to have a rather interesting VoIP phone on display at CeBIT, especially with its large touchscreen display. The MS-9A31 will support DECT, video conference calls, and instant...

Skype offers VoIP calls over 3G for iPhone

02/04/2010, Skype has finally given assurance that they are working on a new version of Skype for the iPhone that enables VoIP calls over a 3G connection. Needless to say, this upgrade requires accesing a feature in the new iPad SDK that recently lifted the...

Apple Now Allows 3G VoIP Over The iPhone

01/28/2010, You may or may not have noticed it, but it seems that the beta version of the iPhone SDK 3.2 which was released in conjunction with the announcement of Apple’s iPad has some hidden gems inside it. We’re talking about Apple allowing VoIP over...

Google Acquires VoIP Company Gizmo5

11/13/2009, Google has officially confirmed that it has acquired the VoIP company Gizmo5. While there isn’t any official price listed as of now, but word on the Internet claim that it could have been for $30 million. This action will certainly fuel speculation...