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Boxee TV: Why you should or should not get one?

By Alok Saboo on November 7th, 2012

If you are like many others who have cut the cord and are looking for the (elusive) perfect device to get more content on your HDTV, you now have one more option. Boxee just introduced the Boxee TV, and updated version of its Boxee Box, and is selling them for $99 exclusively through Walmart (other...

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Airserver brings iOS Screen Mirroring to your Mac or PC without Jailbreaking [Review]

By Alok Saboo on August 25th, 2012

One of the questions that I often get asked is how do I create the video tutorials for the iOS apps. Until now, I relied on Veency to record my iDevice’s screen and then used Camtasia Studio to create a tutorial. While Veency is great for most purposes, it requires a jailbroken device and may...

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Verizon’s Share Everything Ripoff. Go Prepaid to save on Smartphone Data!!

By Aditya Gupta on July 27th, 2012

Verizon introduced its new “Shared Everything” data plan that is the “ONLY” data plans available for new customers starting June 28 2012. In a nut shell under the new pricing plan, a smartphone customer opting for the cheapest data bucket, 1 GB, will pay $90 before taxes and fees ($40 for phone access and $50...

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Free conference calling service ÜberConference makes conferencing fun [Review]

By Alok Saboo on June 9th, 2012

Fun is not a term that one typically associates with conference calls. If you have been part of conference calls, you know how dull they can be. Despite the advances in the communications space, we still have to deal with lost calls, PIN numbers, background noises, echo, and limited options on many of the current...

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Straight Talk introduces $60 Unlimited International Calls to over 25 countries [Review]

By Alok Saboo on May 28th, 2012

One typically does not associate VoIP with telecom operators. Given that internet telephony eats into their revenues, this is understandable. However, not extending the benefits of technology to consumers has not helped telecom operators. Many companies have mushroomed to fill in the gap left by telco’s unwillingness to extend the benefits of VoIP to consumers...

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Getting started with OBi202 and why it is one of the best VoIP hardware around [Review]

By Alok Saboo on May 5th, 2012

  Following up on the success of OBi100 and OBi110, Obihai has introduced the next version of its analog telephone adapter (ATA) – OBi202. If you are one of the thousands of happy OBi users, you will definitely love the next generation device. The OBi202 builds on the features that users have come to expect...

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Obihai introduces OBi202 VoIP adapter

By Alok Saboo on May 2nd, 2012

In the short span of time Obihai has become a familiar name for users looking more from their analog telephone adaptors (ATAs). Obihai’s existing ATAs – OBi100 and OBi110 – have obtained rave reviews from consumers across the spectrum. Not surprisingly, both have emerged at the top of their categories on Amazon. If you are...

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Talkatone on Android unleashes the true potential of your Android device [Video Review]

By Alok Saboo on March 12th, 2012

For all its great features, the lack of SIP support in Google Voice makes it little less useful. This essentially means that you cannot use Google Voice without using your local cell phone plan minutes, not to mention GV is completely useless on a tablet; unless, of course, you are on iOS, in which case...

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Hookflash brings Free Video Calls to your iPad [Video Review]

By Alok Saboo on March 2nd, 2012

If the last decade was about voice, this decade is about video!! The availability of portable devices (smartphones and tablets) and technological infrastructure is fueling the demand for video calling and collaboration options and and firms are happy to oblige. Leveraging the iPad’s form factor and touch capabilities, Hookflash is bringing a free, rich, real-time...

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VSee offers the best Group Video Conferencing tool for FREE [Review]

By Alok Saboo on February 24th, 2012

Online video collaboration has been touted as next big thing for some time now. However, the exorbitant costs and the lack of supporting infrastructure prevented group video conferencing from taking off. That was until now. VSee, founded by a team of Stanford University scientists and network experts is seeking to revolutionize the online collaboration space...

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