CNET takes a hands-on look at the new Mog online music system in a BMW 650i. Relying on an iPhone, the Mog interface lets the driver choose from 14 million tracks.
iPhone users get somewhat better Google Voice access, still pine for a real app.
No longer limited to calling other Jaxtr users, the service is taking cue from Skype for its revenue strategy.
Jajah can save you a lot of money on certain long-distance phone calls.
How's $399 for all the domestic phone calls you can make for three years sound to you?
The iPhone should be a great platform for Web-based communications apps, but it's not.
Jaxtr now has a way to let you site's visitors hear your voice before they send you a message.
Lured by stock options and the ability to influence new markets, executives from companies such as AT&T and US West are cropping up at similar, competing communications start-ups.
The telecommunications firm offers voice service over its Internet-based networks in a move to undercut offerings from the entrenched Baby Bells.
AT&T loses ground to rivals like MCI WorldCom and Qwest, but even these companies' growth is being outstripped by much smaller firms, according to an FCC report.