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Growth in data service and enterprise revenues have kept Vodafone's results in line with analyst hopes, counterbalancing falling income from southern Europe
VoIP specialist Truphone is working on an app for the BlackBerry 10 platform that will allow users to make international phone calls and send text messages for only one-tenth of the normal cost by using a Wi-Fi or data connection.The company confirmed it is in the process of developing an app for RIM's forthcoming OS on Tuesday.
Vodafone has moved to shut down a strange glitch in its system that allowed customers to use BitTorrent, make Voice over IP (VoIP) calls, check email and do online banking, all without being charged for data usage.
newsmaker No stranger to implementing large-scale IT projects, BT Global Services' CEO for Southeast Asia Stephen Yeo is open to working, for free, on initiatives to drive learning using technology.
The Department of Finance and Deregulation will upgrade its IT data infrastructure network to remove points of failure as well as enable the the introduction within three years of new technologies such as Voice over IP (VoIP) and wireless networking.
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Already the world's largest broadband market, country was main source of new subscriptions in first quarter of this year, contributing nearly half of 14 million lines globally, reveals Broadband Forum.
Skype has released a client for Nokia's Symbian phones, the two companies announced on Wednesday.The client, which is available in the Ovi Store, lets people use the internet telephony (VoIP) service over Wi-Fi or a mobile data connection such as 3G, Edge or GPRS, the companies said.
It sounded like MobileTechRoundup show #193 was going to be focused on Google when we started with our thoughts on the "Google phone" that was the talk of the town last weekend. Kevin is seriously considering a data-only SIM to be used with the N900 and VoIP services so we look forward to hearing more about that. We chatted a bit about my Zune HD Twitter experiences. The ARCHOS 9 Tablet PC arrived, but it was missing the Tablet PC bits as James discussed. We also questioned whether or not ARM was enough for web-focused netbooks.
Networking giant intends to plug Tandberg's video-conferencing and network infrastructure products into its collaboration lineup.
Back in March of this year we heard about the Zer01 service that was going to use Windows Mobile devices and VoIP technology that gave you unlimited data, voice, and text for only $70 per month. This would also be provided with no contract and on a month-to-month basis. The Zer01 website is up and running, but I highly recommend you read through IDG News article before making a decision to leave your traditional US wireless carrier. There seems to be something a bit fishy with the service and I am personally not sold yet on its validity.
The telecoms analyst and statistic firm TeleGeography has released its latest data about international long-distance voice calls, and claimed that the VoIP company Skype now handles 8 percent of such traffic.According to the data, released on Tuesday, standard cross-border telephone traffic reached 384 billion minutes in 2008, representing growth of 12 percent over the previous year.
Tired of your traditional wireless carrier here in the US and looking for a change? Sascha Segan reports that a new wireless carrier will be launching soon with no phone calls going over the GSM voice network. Calls from the ZERO1 Mobile network will all be VoIP calls made with their proprietary VoIP application that will first be available on Windows Mobile 6 handsets. You will be able to get unlimited data and VoIP calls for US$69.95 per month on a month-to-month basis with no contract or credit check required.
The £2.5bn network will replace the Government Secure Intranet and encourage data sharing and collaborative working in the public sector
Vodafone Australia today took its first steps outside of the mobile world, announcing a new converged communications bundle designed to provide small businesses with their total communications needs.
Our Floridian Marconis are on a roll! They've extended a development deal with Cambridge Consultants to create a handset for their xMax wireless data/VoIP standard.
The rapid improvement of Torrent technology, based on open source, will transform TV, just as VOIP tools like Skype are changing telephony, enabling integration with other data services.
Skype's VoIP data encryption may prove too tough to crack by German police.
Cairns City Council has embarked on a telecoms overhaul that will see more than 1,000 users switch to VoIP and could even lead to the adoption of dual-mode Wi-Fi/cellular phones and the deployment of public hotspots.
Operator says its decision to join the flat-rate party is timed to coincide with mobile internet services to be revealed later this month
Mobile operator's contract customers will be able to sign up for a bundle giving them unlimited data, but VoIP and IM are discouraged
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