Thursday, November 24, 2005
Sony starts IVE, Yak Communications launches yakForFree, Fairytel launches in Austria. For several months in beta now: VoipBuster. BroadVoice was elected No. 1 VoIP provider by Wired Magazine. Finally, iPhone2 wants to move to the NASDAQ.
Regarding Sony's IVE: Sony's IVE? Pardon me while I yawn
Reed Hastings, chief executive of Netflix: Web 2.0 is broadband. Web 3.0 is 10 gigabits a second.
and James: Calling Dr. Orwell citing:
"Telephone networks are made up of regional, domestic networks united together in agreement of the ITU framework. A similar situation may start with the internet." (?)
implying that after taking the Internet apart you need the ITU to put it together again - nice try ;-)
A message from down under:
The CableLabs issues RFI for VoIP peering caused also some stir-up at the ENUM Summit.
The Sony DRM mess is still not over OPINION://Land of the setting Sony by Martin Geddes.
Martin also had again the funniest post of the week:
Web 1.0: “Please enter your username and password.”
Web 3.0: “Please select your federated identity provider. Please wait whilst you are being redirected. Please enter your username and password. Please wait whilst you are being redirected.”
Web 4.0: “Hello, Martin.”
Web 5.0: “Hello, Boris.” Hey, I’m not Boris!
Web 6.0: “Welcome to IMS:HyprTxt-Global. You have 287 web page credits remaining. Select your destination web page from the drop-down menu of approved secure partners.”
The funniest? BTW, talking about IMS:
The idiots guide to IP-based Converged Services - how to build and launch them?
sip telsphone service