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international voice

Canada's CTV gets a grip on international roaming voice, data costs

www.computerworld.com
International voice, text and data costs can get expensive for vacation and business travelers alike, something Canadian news operation CTV found out the hard way. Now it's cutting costs with a telecom expense management system....
Canada's CTV gets a grip on international roaming voice, data costs

What was that? Philips debuts dictation and transcription solution for Mac OS X

thenextweb.com
Philips Speech Processing this morning announced brand new dictation and transcription software for Mac operating systems, continuing the tradition of picking God awful names for their products. Dubbed SpeechExec4Mac (!) and to be used in combination with the DPMConnect4 (!) Mac software, the solution enables users of the Philips Digital...
What was that? Philips debuts dictation and transcription solution for Mac OS X

Skype Now Accounts For One In Three International Voice Minutes (MSFT)

www.businessinsider.com
Skype, the Internet voice-calling service created by Niklas Zennström and Janus Friis, just turned nine years old. It now accounts for one out of three international voice minutes, according to a research report from Telegeography cited by GigaOm's Om Malik. Now that it's owned by Microsoft, Skype is going to...
Skype Now Accounts For One In Three International Voice Minutes (MSFT)

VoIP provider Vonage gets into the calling card biz

gigaom.com
Vonage, one of the pioneers in the voice over IP calling market has launched a new product that bridges the old telecommunications world and the new — a digital calling card. Vonage says about 20 percent of international calls are still made using calling cards, but such products are also...
VoIP provider Vonage gets into the calling card biz

Microsoft's Skype Now Commands A Third Of A Dying Market

readwrite.com
At CeBIT this week, Microsoft COO Kevin Turner revealed that 33% of the world's voice calls happen on Skype now, as Stephen Shankland reports. That's a tremendous number. But it just might represent a hollow victory for Microsoft, which owns Skype. Microsoft acquired Skype to "increase the accessibility of real-time...
Microsoft's Skype Now Commands A Third Of A Dying Market

T-Mobile Plans To Limit Domestic Data Roaming On April 5

techcrunch.com
If you tend to play on the magenta network, a leaked document out of T-Mobile may require your attention. According to TmoNews, the carrier will impose new rules for domestic data roaming on April 5. Instead of the unlimited data goodness you’ve likely grown accustomed to, the carrier will cut...
T-Mobile Plans To Limit Domestic Data Roaming On April 5
Sprint to launch Samsung Galaxy Note II on October 25th for $299.99

Twilio turns on global SMS service

gigaom.com
Twilio, a cloud communication platform, is finally offering its most requested feature: global SMS support. Now, developers will be able to enable their apps and services to send and receive SMS text messages from the U.S. and Canada to more than 150 countries around the world, increasing Twilio’s SMS reach...
Twilio turns on global SMS service

Yep, Skype is still taking business away from the telcos

gigaom.com
The popularity of Skype and other IP-based international calling options has continued to take market share away from the international minutes, according to research from Telegeography. The analysis firm reports that while telco voice minutes increased in 2012 to 490 billion in total — or by 5 percent — Skype...
Yep, Skype is still taking business away from the telcos

Samsung Galaxy Note II now available from Sprint for $300 on a two-year contract

www.engadget.com
Whether you're an existing or prospecting Sprint customer, the carrier's new big thing is now on sale. Priced at a whopping $300 with a two-year service agreement, the Samsung Galaxy Note II is the biggest smartphone to hit Sprint since the Hitachi G1000. As a reminder, the Now Network's...
Samsung Galaxy Note II now available from Sprint for $300 on a two-year contract
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