May 20, 2018
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  • 9:00 am Low on Storage? Tips to Free up Space on iPhone
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  • 5:10 pm Myxer App Review – Free Music, Ringtones & Apps
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Myxer Review – Free Music, Ringtones, Apps, and More: Conveying free, boundless music to your iPhone without the requirement for membership is Myxer Free Ringtones and Radio which gives you a chance to make your particular radio stations. This is a magnificent music app with more than 20 million tracks for you to look over, […]

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How to buy iPhone ringtones on iTunes: Everyone likes to customize their smartphones in a unique and attractive manner. Though Smartphones can be customized in a variety of ways, one of the most common methods could be changing your ringtone; however, there are a lot of options available too. If you love to change your iPhone ringtone […]

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If you’re wondering what the next big thing is in VoIP, wonder no more; it’s high definition. As with HD TV, the difference between a typical VoIP call and an HD call is a quantum leap in quality, or in this case, call clarity, audibility and an overall better user experience on the phone. Not […]

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The Syspine Digital Operator Phone System from Quanta Computer has become more enhanced with the release of the new RP310 Softphone for Microsoft Response Point Phone Systems. The Response Point IP PBX is designed for small businesses with up to 50 employees. The RP310 Softphone helps users leverage the benefits of VoIP by using their laptop or PC. It supports standard, […]

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Microsoft’s Office Communications Server and unified communications software was rolled out to significant fanfare last fall. But what does it mean for the channel? Tom Cross, CEO for Techtionary.com, said he thinks Microsoft OCS is the PBX and hosted VoIP killer. The reason is that it’s totally integrated with Microsoft Outlook. “Outlook is the cocaine […]

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Fifty-six companies from the communications/networking sector rank among the 500 fastest-growing firms in North America, according to the latest Technology Fast 500 list from consultancy Deloitte. And the results are intriguing because they keenly reflect the evolution of the telecom space – to wit, industry standouts include fiber providers, CLECs, IP equipment makers and the […]

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Selling international services to U.S.-based multinationals has gotten the attention of many telecom agents in the past 18 months or so. And who wouldn’t be interested in what is practically a greenfield opportunity? The perfect storm of drivers includes the sluggish U.S. market, businesses of all sizes going global, agents increasing comfort with bigger bandwidth […]

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A betting company in Ireland says odds are that Apple Inc. will recall its iPhone 4 over the now-infamous antenna reception problems. Paddy Power said on Wednesday that Consumer Reports’ refusal to recommend the smartphone has sparked a wagering frenzy. As a result, the bookmaker, Ireland’s largest, first offered odds of 2-to-1 against a recall; that means […]

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In a virtual event, Microsoft Corp. Tuesday introduced the world to Release 2 of Office Communications Server 2007, the software giant’s unified communications platform. R2, which is the first upgrade since OCS was launched in October 2007, improves conferencing and voice capabilities and adds new developer tools – all with the goal of better infusing UC into […]

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Telephone giants accusing MCI of fraud say a primary reason they did not immediately detect the alleged call-laundering scheme is the industry operates on the honor system when paying each other to originate and terminate phone calls. MCIs biggest rivals have accused the No. 2 long-distance phone company of bilking them out of millions of dollars […]

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