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Phone.com integrates with Mobile Office for BlackBerry


Phone.com keeps on adding on features and hits for the SMB crowd.  The company has added Mobile Office for BlackBerry to its services.

Customers can now listen/manage voice mail, view received faxes from a phone, run Call Logs on a call extension, block calls, quickly connect to a conference bridge, and make calls from [...]

Digium Switchvox gets IPhone, Blackberry app boost


Digium (www.digium.com) has announced the availability of Switchvox Mobile applications for iPhone and Blackbeery.  The freely downloadable apps integrate with the Switchvox VoIP/UC solution to bring “advanced UC” functionality to users when they are away from the office.

The Switchvox Mobileapps are connected to an employee’s phone extension so when mobile workers make a [...]

Yap clouds for Microsoft and Sprint


Coming out of CTIA, Yap (www.yapinc.com) has announced that its automated, cloud-based speech recognition service has been selected by Microsoft for its speech-to-text capabilities in its Talk to Text mobile application developed for Sprint.

Net-net, Sprint subscribers can speak their text messages and email, with Talk to Text available immediately for all Blackberry devices [...]

DiVitas Networks moves mobile UC client to Android, Blackberry, iPhone, desktop


Mobile UC solution provider DiVitas Networks continues to make steady progress.  Today, the company announced it is rolling out “Enterprise Social Networking” (Hmm, I wonder if they’ve seen Avaya’s FacePhone demo) for all major commercially-available smartphones, including web client support for Android, Blackberry, and the iPhone.  In addition, they added a desktop — which [...]

Vonage (finally) releases its Blackberry & iPhone mobile VoIP clients


After plenty of foreshadowing statements on earnings conference calls, Vonage has released Vonage Mobile, a free downloadable application for low-cost international calling on smartphones.  The app is said to provide “seamless” low-cost international calling while on Wi-Fi or cellular networks.

Vonage says the service will have custmers more than 50 percent on calls to [...]