Hard to believe it’s been 4½ years since the introduction of the original Raspberry Pi®. We love half-birthdays, and we’ve got a blockbuster gift for you today as we celebrate the fact that almost 10 million RasPi’s have been shipped. Yes, our love affair with the Raspberry Pi lives on. The sensational Raspberry Pi 3 sports a 1.2GHz 64-bit quad-core ARM Cortex-A53 CPU with ten times the performance of the original Raspberry Pi. Of particular interest to the VoIP community… Read More ›
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It’s been many years since we’ve written back-to-back articles about the same device. That should tell you how really special the CuBox-i is. After two weeks of 14-hour days developing the new Incredible PBX platform for CuBox, we are thrilled to crown this jewel as Nerd Vittles Hardware Device of the Year. Flawless design, incredible performance, tiny size, feature-rich components, minimal power consumption, and completely silent operation are merely the tip of the iceberg with this 2x2x2 cubic zircon. On… Read More ›
Here’s an update of a terrific Google™ speech-to-text application for your Asterisk® goody bag. SMS Dictator 2.0 lets you pick up any phone on your Asterisk system, dictate a brief message, have it transcribed by Google, and then delivered as an SMS text message by entering either a 10-digit number of your choosing or by saying any name in your AsteriDex phonebook. The installation process on PBX in a Flash™ systems takes only a minute. And you’ll find Asterisk SMS… Read More ›
For those using PBX in a Flash or The Incredible PBX with at least one Google Voice trunk configured, there’s a simple way to send Jabber alerts to your Gmail desktop and SMS alerts to your cellphone to notify you of incoming calls to your Asterisk® server. Meet GV Call Notifier. The setup only takes a couple of minutes, and it provides instantaneous Asterisk call notification when new calls arrive on your system. Prerequisites. You’ll need a PIAF2 server with… Read More ›
Today’s application lets you dictate messages from any Asterisk phone and send them to any SMS device with a 10-digit phone number. Special thanks to Google for making all of this possible.
Today we’ve enhanced our system for placing free phone calls to everyone in the U.S. and Canada using Twitter and your Google Voice account. Now you can send SMS messages as well. If you’ve already deployed Tweet2Dial on your server, today’s setup takes less than 5 minutes.
Today, we’ll show you how to harness the power of Twitter and SMS to announce every call on your Asterisk server with the name and number of the caller as well as the DID of the incoming call. Reconfiguring your Asterisk server takes less than 10 minutes.
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.