Monthly Archives: May 2009

Android Emulator

The Android SDK includes a mobile device emulator — a virtual mobile device that runs on your computer. The emulator lets you prototype, develop, and test Android applications without using a physical device.

The Android emulator mimics all of the typical hardware and software features of a typical mobile device, except that it can not receive or place actual phone calls. It provides a variety of navigation and control keys, which you can “press” using your mouse or keyboard to generate events for your application. It also provides a screen in which your application is displayed, together with any other Android applications running.

Koolu, OpenMoko & Android

Koolu can help you gain access to open telephony, where you can chose your phone operating system and phone applications, because it buys and distributes open phones such as the Openmoko NEO FreeRunner, acting as a master distributor. Koolu also provides Google Android for the FreeRunner and their are also some OpenKoolu Videos on YouTube !


Call US 800 numbers for free

Howto call, dial or phone US 800 & 888 & 1-800 & webinar dial-in freephone & toll-free numbers for free from anywhere or for the price of a local call from a UK landline telephone or a UK mobile phone using the power of VOIP !

For FREE using Ubuntu:

  1. Get Ubuntu
  2. Get a VOIP softphone (Ekiga, Gizmo, etc)
  3. Get a VOIP SIP account (Ekiga, CallCentric, etc)
  4. Connect to SIPBroker 800 service by dialing *1 on Ekiga (*275*1 on CallCentric)
  5. Dial the 800/888 number
  6. Example : * 1 800 466 4411

For the price of a LocalCall (or FREE if you have any inclusive UK minutes left !):

  1. Dial into a SIPBroker gateway from any UK landline or UK mobile
  2. Connect to SIPBroker 800 service by dialing *1
  3. Dial the 800 or 888 number followed by #
  4. Example : 020 7100 6747 * 1 800 466 4411 #

Telme SCN

Telme is a Social Communication Network that is born as a combination of social WiFi, cutting-edge VoIP and richer media communication.

The difference between Telme and any traditional communication network is that it is powered by users, being simultaneously local and global.

Telme Network is built to create a real communication environment with an all-in-one device — AirGate, and TelmeWorlds portal.

Voxeo Evolution

Voxeo’s Evolution IVR developer site gives you two options for XML-based, web integrated IVR development.

Evolution Community is a completely free, feature filled service that you can use to design, create, and test IVR applications.

Evolution Professional adds valuable features and telephone technical support for a low bi-yearly fee.

The Evolution IVR developer site provides you with VoiceXML and VOIP via FWD and more !