Eight years ago, we introduced transcription for Asterisk® voicemail messages. When the messages were delivered by email, you got both a recording and the transcribed text courtesy of Google. As with most things Google, the licensing terms changed regularly and voicemail transcription became more convoluted until it became next to worthless. Today we begin our new exploration of IBM’s Watson Developer Cloud. It offers a rich collection of services at unbelievably low price points. We’re kicking things off by introducing… Read More ›
View image | gettyimages.com Once a year we like to pause and take a look back at 10 technology products that really grabbed our attention. 2014 will be remembered as a spectacular year. So here’s what made the Nerd Vittles short list for 2014… Smartphone of the Year: It’s a 5-Way Tie And the winners in no particular order… Galaxy Note 4, iPhone 6+, LG G3, HTC One M8, and Moto X.1 So which should you choose if you can… Read More ›
Move over Siri! Today we’ll show you how to harness the power of a 10,000 CPU supercomputer to answer just about any question you can think up. And it’s all brought to you courtesy of Asterisk and your nearest telephone.
Coming celebrate 11-11-11 with us and enjoy our new web site, just for nerds: Nerd Vittles Daily Dump. We’ve got up-to-the-minute tech news that’s an easy read once or twice a day: http://nerdvittles.com/dailydump
What do calls to and from a few 100 million of your closest Skype friends around the world have in common with Asterisk? Well, now they’re free calls to and from your nearest Asterisk extension! Today we’ll show you how to build your own non-commercial Skype gateway to Asterisk in under 15 minutes using freely available, open source tools and a few Nerd Vittles scripts.
You’re not going to find a better deal on an Android 3 tablet probably ever. So run, don’t walk, to your nearest Target store to buy the best dual-core Android tablet on the market. Here’s why…
Here’s the best tablet deal on the planet. The feature set and performance are surprisingly good.
Today we are pleased to introduce the revolutionary new Incredible PBX for Asterisk 1.8.1 featuring instantaneous (and free) Google Voice calling in the U.S. and Canada via Gtalk. No intermediate provider or callback for outbound calls is required. All of the Nerd Vittles TTS apps now work reliably as well. And you get a version of Asterisk 1.8.1 that already has been patched to provide the Asterisk 1.8.2 feature set. Incredible!