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VoIP breaks out, but let's hope it doesn't become a verb

For the last several months, Ive been using Skype, voice over IP software and service (download here) that lets me make peer-to-peer voice calls from my computer to anyone else on the Skype platform. My interest in the product wasnt purely theoretical. Certai......

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Making Skype a verb is a leading indicator of the turn up the hockey stick curve that VoIP is making. Certainly the technology has labored along a slow growth curve over the past five-plus years, but in the months ahead,......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Chris Shipley 01/11/05


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