Commentary: A 2012 law forbids the states' Public Utility Commission from regulating Internet services. But the pending merger of ISPs could allow the opportunity to do just that.
The time has come to bid goodbye to your landline. Install an Ooma and you're looking at nearly free home phone service for life.
It's a refurb, but so what? Except for a few bucks in taxes and fees, you're looking at free home phone service for life.
Each week, we round up some of the most thoughtful comments from the CNET community. Here are some of this week's best.
Normally the app limits your free calling to other Vonage app users, but now you can ring up just about anyone you like -- no strings attached.
It's refurbished, but at least you don't have to deal with any rebates. And except for taxes and fees, phone service is free for life.
commentary The remaining wireline carriers want to speed up the transition to native IP networks, an investment that has the added bonus of ending the digital divide once and for all. So why won't the FCC let them do it?
It remains to be seen whether Vonage can make much traction against Skype's installed base, but the opportunities abroad are huge.
The Voyager Legend UC and Calisto 620 bring let you listen to mobile or PC audio, over the ear, or from across the room.
Apple and Samsung head back to court to hash out some of the remaining details in the case that was decided largely in Apple's favor.