Posts Tagged: wi-fi


Today’s Bonus Gold Box Deal of the Day at Amazon is the Ooma Telo Air VoIP Phone with Bluetooth Adapter for $89.99 shipped (50% off). Ooma Telo lets you make free U.S. local and long distance calls over the internet. It includes the Wireless + Bluetooth Adapter, enabling your Ooma Telo to connect to the internet wirelessly…

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There are many risks associated with using a free WiFi network to browse sites that house private information. It’s quite easy to scan a public WiFI network to get a list of all the IPs currently connected. Once a snooper has that list, there’s a large amount of things they can do with that information. They can, for example,…

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Sonus Networks has introduced a new solution for cable operators to add value to their existing home line services. Dubbed "Fixed – Smartphone Convergence," cable operators can use new capabilities in the company’s ASX Telephony Application Server to allow cable subscribers with home phone service to combine their existing phone line with up to five additional SIP-enabled devices including 3G/Wi-Fi enabled smartphones.

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Just a week after fring brought world’s first video calls over IP to mobile, the company announced “the first ever” mobile video calls over internet for the iPhone.

fring video enables users to conduct video calls with other users as well as with Skype contacts over their device’s Wi-Fi or 3G internet connection, with support for mobile-to-mobile and mobile-to-desktop calls.

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announced the upcoming availability of the BlackBerry Bold 9700 with Wi-Fi Calling from T-Mobile.

It will be the first 3G-powered BlackBerry available through T-Mobile USA, and also the first smartphone from RIM that includes built-in support for both 3G connectivity and voice calls over Wi-Fi, according to T-Mobile.

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Vonage has launched Vonage Mobile, its first mobile calling application for smartphones. This free downloadable application provides seamless, low-cost international calling while on Wi-Fi or cellular networks.

It’s available for download on the iPhone, BlackBerry and iPod touch.

The app works with the existing mobile plans, what lets you keep your number, mobile device, existing contacts and mobile service provider.

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