BT has launched a home phone that runs Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, so can run apps like Twitter and Facebook.
Free, a French ISP, has rolled out an update to its routers that turns ad blocking on by default.
Time to replace your aging home phones with this DECT 6.0-powered cordless system, which pairs perfectly with POTS and VoIP services alike. Plus: three bonus deals!
VTech's LS6195 harkens back to the rotary-dial phone with a decidedly digital twist.
Ooma has announced a new handset, the HD2, for its "free" Telo VoIP home phone system. It's set to go on sale in February for $59.99 and offers a 2-inch color screen and "smartphone-like" features.
Panny's crazy smart phones are being freed from the Far East and making their way to the UK. Get ready for some pretty out there handsets.
Panasonic's excellent KX-TG7400 series of DECT 6.0 cordless phones one-ups the company's highly rated 6400 series with the notable addition of a larger 2.1-inch screen and "Choice Mail" (a form of visual voice mail) to its impressive feature set.
Yes, you read that right: the Binatone iHomePhone 2 is an Android-powered landline phone, launched alongside a new ebook reader and budget HomeSurf 705 Android tablet.
Uniden's DECT1580 series of phones will appeal to those looking for a relatively no-frills, inexpensive DECT 6.0 cordless phone.
VTech's LS6225/LS6215 series may not have quite the range--or the features list--of some Panasonic DECT 6.0 cordless phones, but it's very stylish and affordable.