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Interconnecting a Mobile PBX to the Asterisk Mothership

Interconnecting a Mobile PBX to the Asterisk Mothership

Monday, April 22, 2019

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The Holy Grail for a mobile VoIP solution is a simple way to connect back to your primary Asterisk® PBX via Wi-Fi from anywhere in the world to make and receive calls as if you never left. Let’s tick off the potential problems. First, many home-based PBXs are sitting behind NAT-based routers. Second, almost all remote Wi-Fi connections are made through a NAT-based router. Third, chances are the remote hosting platform blocks outgoing email from downstream servers such as a… Read More ›

Cell Phone Tips for Spring Break and International Travel

Cell Phone Tips for Spring Break and International Travel

Monday, March 25, 2019

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With Spring Break upon us and Summer Vacations just around the corner, we wanted to briefly review some of your cellphone and data options for those that might be planning a trip outside the United States. If you’re only going as far as Mexico, Canada, or the U.S. Virgin Islands, then your existing cellular provider in the U.S. may have you covered at no additional cost. If your provider is not AT&T, then check with your carrier. And speaking of… Read More ›

Game Changer: Hooking Up Facebook with Incredible PBX

Game Changer: Hooking Up Facebook with Incredible PBX

Monday, October 2, 2017

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There aren’t many VoIP discoveries that get us this excited about the future of telecom. But merging with 1.5 billion users plus Facebook’s enormous talent pool and technology resources is definitely something worthy of your attention. What a Facebook marriage with the VoIP platform could mean for the future of telecommunications is nothing short of earth-shattering. Few people still have home phones. Almost everyone has a Facebook account and a cellphone. If VoIP solutions for businesses fail to take those… Read More ›

The Disappointing iPhone 6: Eight Generations of iOS and Bluetooth Still Sucks

The Disappointing iPhone 6: Eight Generations of iOS and Bluetooth Still Sucks

Monday, October 13, 2014

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Our technology reviews are a little different than the dozens of reviews you’ve probably already seen that read more like Apple press releases. First of all, we typically buy products to actually use. And second, we base our smartphone evaluations on real-world requirements rather than best case scenarios that you’re unlikely to ever experience in the real world. So we begin our review of the iPhone 6 with the simple question: "Can it make calls?" Funny as this sounds, it’s… Read More ›

Picking the Best (and worst) Cellphone and Provider for 2012

Picking the Best (and worst) Cellphone and Provider for 2012

Thursday, January 5, 2012

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Today we provide a glimpse of our real world experience using the iPhone 4S, the Galaxy Nexus, and the Galaxy S II Skyrocket with a cautionary warning about Verizon.

Choosing the World’s Best Mobile Phone… Again!

Choosing the World’s Best Mobile Phone… Again!

Tuesday, January 12, 2010

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Today we provide our take on the choice between the iPhone and Google’s Nexus One. And the winner is…

Free At Last: The Emancipation of the Apple TV

Free At Last: The Emancipation of the Apple TV

Wednesday, January 14, 2009

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Today we’ll walk you through the process of transforming any Apple TV into a feature-rich, open source media center platform with complete web, SSH, and SAMBA networking support. It’s simple enough that both you or your favorite Fifth Grader can do it in under 15 minutes! Can Asterisk be far behind?