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Networking

Making connections with VoIP

The Net telephony field continues to draw new players, from start-up Jajah to the xMax wireless technology.

The Net telephony field continues to draw new players, from start-up Jajah to the xMax wireless technology.

Start-up promises cheaper wireless VoIP

Company says xMax will be in wireless Net handsets by 2007. But numerous details must still be worked out.
March 28, 2006

New Internet telephony players emerge

Lycos, Jajah get into Net telephony business, competing with big players like Skype, Yahoo, Microsoft and Google.
March 27, 2006

StreamCast names Skype, Kazaa in lawsuit

The owner of P2P application Morpheus is suing over the technology underlying Skype's Net phone software.
March 27, 2006 previous coverage

blogma A Minnesota man is charging that VoIP operator Vonage put him on hold when he called 911 to report that his house was on fire.
March 24, 2006

blog RTX shows off what it says is the first hybrid, Web-enabled cordless phone with myriad features such as a color screen.
March 22, 2006

VoIP: Are we there yet?

At VON, supporters claim Internet telephony has hit the mainstream. But it's still not a must-have product.
March 16, 2006

Microsoft details VoIP and video plans

Windows Live service to offer features such as click-to-call VoIP. Also: Company will develop new VoIP phones.
March 16, 2006