A few months ago, we introduced a preview of Incredible PBX for Ubuntu 14. And now we’re pleased to release the latest production-ready version with all the bells and whistles including Incredible Fax featuring HylaFax and AvantFax. Introducing Incredible PBX 11 for Ubuntu 14.04 Today’s plan is to build a production-ready version of Incredible PBX with Ubuntu 14.04 that mimics the functionality of our previous builds with literally dozens of turnkey applications that show off the very best features of… Read More ›
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Today is Twitter’s Coming Out Party with what could be 2013’s Biggest IPO. By the closing bell today, the U.S. probably will have a couple new billionaires. As one commenter on USA Today’s site noted, “I can’t get into the IPO. I’m too busy tweeting.” Unfortunately, we’re not. Having just returned from a quick visit to New York earlier this week, we were greeted by the following message when we logged into our Twitter account: Why is my account suspended?… Read More ›
Close your eyes and picture a cellphone that looks like Google’s Nexus One paired with a $25 3G cellphone plan with unlimited data, unlimited messaging and 300 minutes a month. No, you’re not dreaming. And it’s just in time for Valentine’s Day!
Twitter ended supported for basic authentication this morning putting Tweet2Dial and TweedleD in the graveyard. Today we restore TweedleD to the living using Twitter’s new OAuth authentication scheme. When new calls arrive on your Asterisk server, TweedleD generates Twitter and SMS messages to alert you.
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 build a system to place free phone calls to everyone in the U.S. and Canada using Twitter, your Google Voice account, and either your existing Asterisk server or any Linux server of recent vintage. If you’ve already deployed Google Voice on your Asterisk server, today’s setup takes less than 10 minutes. There’s also a New Year’s bonus for Asterisk administrators: manage your Asterisk server with Twitter using this same application.
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.
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.