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Items tagged with: VoIP

First Test: SMC's WiFi Skype Phone

Been wondering what's been taking all those Skype Wi-Fi phones so long to hit the shelves? Tim Higgins looked at SMC's WSKP100 and thinks he knows why.

Two New Twists on Skype Phone Gear

These two products take very different approaches to enhancing Skype phoning. Ed Tittel and Justin Korelc put the Iogear USB VoIP Skype Calling Kit and TRENDnet ClearSky Bluetooth VoIP Kit through their paces

What Is VoIP? Introducing Our VoIP FAQ

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In this FAQ, we answer some of the most pressing questions about Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP). Our goal is to arm you with the knowledge you need in order to go out there and save on your telephone bills. Hey, there are worse missions to have in life...

AOL TotalTalk VoIP Service

After a false start, AOL rebranded and relaunched its VoIP service late last year, in the process making it available to not only AOL customers. Jim Buzbee checked it out and found a few rough edges...

Crowning the King of Free Talk - Skype vs. Gizmo

Is there really room for more than one Skype? That's the question faced by Michael Robertson's Gizmo Project. Derek Boiko-Weyrauch put both to the test but found that Skype won't be relinquishing its lead position anytime soon.

How To: Building an Embedded Asterisk PBX

The Asterisk open source Voice over IP (VoIP) PBX is usually set up on a standalone PC. But Michael Graves shows how the combination of a special Asterisk distribution and a single board computer can provide a compact, quiet and low-power alternative.

Verizon VoiceWing BroadBand Phone Service

Verizon thinks that upstarts like Vonage shouldn't have all the VoIP fun (and revenue). Jonathan Ghazarian takes a look at the company's VoiceWing Broadband Phone service and finds it to be a fully-featured, easy to use offering.

Linksys CIT200 Cordless Internet Telephony Kit

Linksys' Cordless Internet Telephony Kit has hit the shelves to help further propel Skype into mainstream legitimacy. Tim Higgins takes a look at a nicely done way to unchain yourself from your PC while Skype calling.

Fall VON 2005 Report

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Jeff Pulver's VON show continues to reinforce its reputation as the show for VoIP-related companies. Although it is primarily a show for VoIP carriers and service providers, Tim Higgins found some tasty VoIP product tidbits guaranteed to please your VoIPbuds.

How To: Asterisk Answering Machine

While using Asterisk to answer your calls is admittedly overkill, it's a great way to get acquainted with this powerful open source VoIP application. Matt Kaatman takes you step-by-step through the process.
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