Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Free VOIP on your smartphone

Worldtech 24 has this to say about the Beatles being on iTunes.  Apple and EMI confirmed this on November 16, 2010, about 50 years after the music was made, and almost a decade after digital rights management became an universal issue.

So it is with Google Voice and Apple.  Google Voice lets people sign up for a new phone number, then route incoming calls out to cell, office or home phones. It also lets users place calls, offering steep discounts on international traffic, and includes voice mail. The free app already has been available for Blackberry phones and devices running on Google's Android operating system.

Google submitted the app to Apple about 16 months ago. In January, while waiting for approval, Google revamped its mobile website to make it easier to use the Voice app on the iPhone. Now the free app can be installed on the device.

You can read my post on The Beatles on iTunes over at

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