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AOL TotalTalk VoIP Service

After a false start, AOL rebranded and relaunched its VoIP service late last year, in the process making it available to not only AOL customers. Jim Buzbee checked it out and found a few rough edges...

Crowning the King of Free Talk - Skype vs. Gizmo

Is there really room for more than one Skype? That's the question faced by Michael Robertson's Gizmo Project. Derek Boiko-Weyrauch put both to the test but found that Skype won't be relinquishing its lead position anytime soon.

Quickview: Actiontec VoSKY Chatterbox

Actiontec's VoSKY Chatterbox is supposed to let you conduct Skype chats without being tethered to your computer via a headset. But Tim Higgins found that he'd rather wait for version 2 of this little speakerphone.

Verizon VoiceWing BroadBand Phone Service

Verizon thinks that upstarts like Vonage shouldn't have all the VoIP fun (and revenue). Jonathan Ghazarian takes a look at the company's VoiceWing Broadband Phone service and finds it to be a fully-featured, easy to use offering.

VTech Broadband Telephone System with Vonage service

Vonage will soon unleash a VoIP Wi-Fi handset upon at least some eagerly-awaiting consumers. But for those who desire wire-free VoIP that sticks more to home, it has already teamed with VTech to field a combination product that's sure to please folks who rather talk than connect and configure.

QuickView: Vonage Wi-Fi Handset

Vonage has been promoting its upcoming Wi-Fi Handset for over a year. David Strom got hold of a Beta copy but found a product with a great deal of promise, still unrealized.

Sling Media Slingbox

What PVRs did for TV program time-shifting, Sling Media's Slingbox hopes to do for "place-shifting" any video content to anywhere there's an Internet connection. Jim Buzbee takes a look.

Asterisk@Home

What Vonage did for the individual callers, Asterisk does for SOHO and small biz users looking an easy to install and use VoIP PBX. Jonathan Ghazarian takes a look at the more user-friendly version of this popular open source application.
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