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  • Google Voice is getting an upgrade

    Google Voice is getting an upgrade

    Google’s somewhat aging VoIP calling service, Google Voice, is preparing to roll out a significant update, the company has confirmed. Several Google Voice users this week reported seeing an upgrade link touting “the new Google Voice” on the web version of the service, along with a link that would let them try it out. Clearly, the message was posted too early because the… Read More

  • Apple’s latest foray into the enterprise involves deeper integration with Cisco

    Apple’s latest foray into the enterprise involves deeper integration with Cisco

    Lost in the hubbub of today’s two hour-plus Apple WWDC keynote was an announcement of deep integration between Apple and Cisco in the upcoming release of iOS 10 — yes, you read it correctly, Cisco. When it comes to enterprise partnerships, IBM has gotten the lion’s share of the attention. More recently, SAP made a high-profile partnership announcement of its own, but… Read More

  • Facebook Messenger launches Group Calling to become your phone

    Facebook Messenger launches Group Calling to become your phone

    Jump on the party line or hear the voices of your whole family with Facebook Messenger’s latest feature. Rolling out globally over the next 24 hours on Android and iOS for free, users can start a group VoIP audio call from any group chat. Just tap the Phone icon, select which of the group chat members you want included and they’ll all receive a Messenger call simultaneously. If… Read More

  • Wi-Fi Calling Finally Comes To The iPhone For AT&T Customers

    Wi-Fi Calling Finally Comes To The iPhone For AT&T Customers

    After being promised Wi-Fi calling for over a year by Apple and AT&T…it’s finally here. It’s available for iPhone 6, 6+ and 6S and 6S+ AT&T customers with iOS 9. You’ll have to go to your phone’s settings (Settings > Phone) and flip it on manually: You’ll then have to enter in an emergency address in case you’re ever in need of assistance. Read More

  • Creating A Universal Remote Control For Business Communications Crunch Network

    Creating A Universal Remote Control For Business Communications

    In the ultimate paradox, we have spent the last several years untethering our workforces while technically intertwining our personal and professional lives. Yet, for many, the notion of BYOD often results in a feeling of being AWOL. With 25 percent of knowledge workers out of the office on any given day, the ability to remotely connect back into corporate communications and collaboration tools… Read More

  • As Acquisition Rumors Swirl, Free Mobile Service FreedomPop Goes Live In The UK

    As Acquisition Rumors Swirl, Free Mobile Service FreedomPop Goes Live In The UK

    FreedomPop, the mobile carrier that gives away mobile, data and text services and upsells users on other services, is today announcing its first international launch outside of the U.S. The company is opening up for business in the UK as a SIM-only service — meaning no phones, initially, just the cards that you put into a phone that you bring to the network. The free service will… Read More

  • Google Wants To Speed Up The Web With Its QUIC Protocol

    Google Wants To Speed Up The Web With Its QUIC Protocol

    You may have never heard of it, but if you are a Chrome user, chances are you’ve used Google’s QUIC protocol already. As Google disclosed this week, about half of all requests from Chrome to Google’s servers are now served over QUIC. So what’s the big deal here? QUIC is Google’s experimental, low-latency Internet transportation protocol over UDP, a protocol… Read More

  • Windows 10 Technical Preview For Phones Now Available

    Windows 10 Technical Preview For Phones Now Available

    Microsoft has decided to make my job just a bit harder by naming all variants of Windows 10 clumsily, but if you have a phone that runs Windows Phone 8.1 and you want to try the next generation, ‘Windows 10 Technical Preview for phones” is now available to download for Windows Insiders, via the Windows Insider app. Microsoft’s Insiders program is easy to sign up, requiring… Read More

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