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5 Things You Need to Know About Videoconferencing

Here's what you can do with the videoconferencing tools on the market now.

T-Mobile Brings VoIP Capabilities to Facebook

T-Mobile is staking out its position as Facebook's official voice carrier, as the company today announced a VoIP application that lets Facebook users call their...

Microsoft Lync 2010: Unified Communications Comes of Age

Every once in a very long while, I get to review a product that strikes me as a stepping stone toward the future. Microsoft Lync 2010 puts your PC at the center of communication.

LifeSize Ties Skype in to Videoconferencing

Users of LifeSize Passport video rooms will be able to bring Skype users in to videoconferences with a free LifeSize software upgrade coming this month.


Skype Confirms Android Version Leaks User Data

Skype has acknowledged a 'privacy vulnerability' in its Skype for Android App that lets criminals gain access to personal information from smartphones.


Skype for Android Security Flaw: What You Need to Know

A recently-discovered flaw allows the popular VoIP app to expose your personal data to malicious apps. Here's what you need to know to protect yourself.


Skype for Android has a Nasty Vulnerability

Names, e-mail addresses, phone numbers, contacts, and chat logs are all reportedly ripe for the picking in Skype's Android app.

Many Unlimited Tech Services Appear to Have Limits

Whether it's online backup, Voice over IP, or wireless Internet, many so-called unlimited services have restrictions buried in their legalese.

Is It Time to Cut the Cords?

It is redundant to pay for voice and data service both at home, and on the go. Maybe it's time to ditch the home services.

VoIP Migration Leads to Savings, Worker Mobility

Small businesses looking to ditch old PBX landline phones can save big and increase staff productivity by migrating to Internet-based phone systems.