United States-based communications company Jajah gets bought by telecommunications giant Telefonica Europe for $207 million.
The mobile arm of Telefonica Europe has apparently won a bidding war for the Internet telephone company with a $200 million offer, according to published reports.
Online daters can now call each other using JaJah's VoIP, which makes both numbers anonymous while still allowing each party to use their normal phone.
The Skype competitor announces an app that lets Wi-Fi-connected Touch users make calls using a voice over IP network.
Ever wanted to translate English to Mandarin, or get voice dialing on your shiny new iPhone? JaJah's got two services that will have you covered on both fronts.
Beginning later this year, the telephony start-up will take over customer service, payment processing, and network infrastructure for Yahoo's VoIP service.
Comcast settles a class action lawsuit, Microsoft loses its Word patent appeal, and RIM explains what happened with Tuesday's BlackBerry outage.
JAJAH promises native iPhone VoIP application
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