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The 5-Minute PBX: A Fresh Look at Oracle’s VirtualBox with Incredible PBX

The 5-Minute PBX: A Fresh Look at Oracle’s VirtualBox with Incredible PBX

Sunday, September 21, 2014

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Today we’re paying another visit to our favorite virtual machine platform and introducing four new VoIP images that let you compare features and performance of Asterisk® 11 running atop Ubuntu® 14 or Scientific Linux™ 6.5 with FreePBX® 2.11 or the just-released version 12 release candidate. Think of Incredible PBX™ as the VoIP glue stick that assembles all the necessary VoIP components and holds them together seamlessly. As with all Incredible PBX builds, you also get the full complement of goodies… Read More ›

Meet The iPhone Terminator: The World’s Best Mobile Phone

Meet The iPhone Terminator: The World’s Best Mobile Phone

Monday, September 28, 2009

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Today we provide a soup-to-nuts tutorial for getting every last piece of functionality out of the world’s best cellphone. It’s also the best Mac companion and the perfect Asterisk PBX extension.

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?