September 14, 2007, Newsletter Issue #58: Using Your Palm for VOIP

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If you have a Treo or other Palm device, especially one with a Bluetooth or WiFi connection, you've probably thought 'Why can't I make VOIP calls with this?' After all, VOIP is just another Internet application, right? Now it can happen, thanks to a brand-new addition to the VOIP accessory world from Hampton Software. The software is called Articulation, and it supposedly works with any Palm OS 5.x and above. You'll need an Internet connection and a VOIP provider. But everything else is taken care of, according to the company. This is brand-new software, so you might want to wait until a few reviews come in before going out to buy it. But it sounds very promising.

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