You use VoIP, right? Most of you will say yes, but if you’re asking, “What is VoIP?” then I’m guessing you’re also one of those people who still has a giant retro car phone laying aroudn, so it’s time to listen up.
VoIp stands for Voice over Internet Protocol, which essentially describes the act of making phone calls over the internet, either for free, or a very low price, using a service like Skype.
100 years ago, rotary phones were the typical means of long distance communication. It wasn’t until the 1960s that people began replacing them with keypad phones.
In the 80s, affluent people were just switching to “the brick” cell phones. By the new millennium, it seemed everyone and their toddler had a cell phone.
The recent credit crunch, however, could make people more cautious of their cell phone bills, making the switch to free VoIP services much more appealing.
Eco-friendly VoIP Phones
The Pappa Phone by Hulger
Fring Your Friends With Mobile to VOIP Technology
Skype Gets Radio
Ministry of Sound Integrated Player
Connect With Skype
Emotion Sensing Eco Phone
FuChat Cordless Phone
Skype Will Offer Lie Dectector
SKYPE's New Video Project May Be the Future of TV
Interactive Worldwide Classroom
Oprah & Eckhart Tolle on Skype
Sony VoIP Flip Phone / Mouse
Philips VP-5500: VOIP Videophone
Nintentdo Patents VOIP Phone Concept
Spyke Robot Unveiled at UK Toy Fair
Camera + WiFi + VOIP
1960's USB Microphones
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WiFi Skype Phone, Net Browser & Messenger
Sony Mylo 2 (CES 2008)
Futiro Skype Phones
Slick and Sexy
Fake iPhone Landlines
The OpenFrame Home Phone
Skype-Enabled WiFi Internet Tablet
Free Phone Calls
Magic Jack USB Phone Gizmo