Today Nerd Vittles serves up a smorgasbord of summertime distractions including FreeNum, Roku, SMS with Asterisk, Bing, Napster, Wordle, Google Latitude, Hurricane Tracking, favorite blogs, and, of course, Twitter.
To celebrate the new school year, today we’ll walk you through transforming a Nokia N95 cellphone into the world’s best and least expensive SIP VoIP traveling companion… with a little help from Gizmo5 and Asterisk.
There were two major shortcomings with the iPhone: lack of user-installable applications and a locked SIM forcing you to use AT&T as your provider. Here’s a quick tutorial to solve both problems plus a link to more than 50 new applications that can be installed on your iPhone in minutes.
Today we provide two great ways to manage your cellphone calls without paying exorbitant fees to forward cellphone calls to your home or office when you’re not on the road…
Today we look at an exciting new product that offers unlimited calls in the U.S. and Canada for under $20 a year. All you need is a regular phone, the $20 magicJack, and a Windows XP PC. Could it be the Asterisk killer?
Today we walk you through setting up the perfect proximity detection system for your Asterisk server. When you walk out of the house with your iPhone, your calls will follow you automatically. Here’s how…
A Marriage Made in Heaven: Sprint Cellphone + Asterisk@Home = Unlimited U.S. Cell Phone Calls for $5
Ever wished you could make unlimited nationwide cell phone calls using a $40 a month plan? With Sprint’s new offering and a free Asterisk@Home PBX, you finally can. Here’s how …
Everything you ever wanted to know about hardware, software, installation and use of Skype to make unlimited free local, long distance, and conference calls.