Paris-based Reporters Without Borders names five companies as "digital mercenaries" that have decided to sell their surveillance technology to authoritarian regimes.
Android users -- at least those in Canada -- can now try out actual voice calls through Facebook thanks to an update to the Messenger app.
Microsoft's mission to connect its consumer and business communications services is running later than many expected, according to the latest Lync road map.
At the CES Broadband Unlimited conference, communications execs explain why new native IP networks are essential for consumers and the next generation of connected devices.
The Voyager Legend UC and Calisto 620 bring let you listen to mobile or PC audio, over the ear, or from across the room.
The social network updates its Messenger app with the ability to send recorded voice messages globally, but tests actual voice calls in Canada.
The Obihai OBi100 is hugely popular with folks who want to use Google Voice in place of a landline.
The company says people can make free calls in the U.S. and Canada through Gmail's Chat function -- using the calling plugin -- throughout the New Year.
The refreshed Skype app for Android features a cleaner interface and easier access to conversations. But most importantly, the app is even faster and more stable than before.
The VoIP provider has removed its password reset page to deal with a security hole that lets someone take control of another person's account.
Federal judge tells FBI to do more to comply with open government laws when disclosing what backdoors it wants Internet companies to create for government surveillance.
We get a first look at Microsoft's very own VoIP app, reworked just for Windows Phone 8 devices.
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