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VoIP Service Providers Resource brings you the latest and greatest information about this new emerging technology.

Search Engines Serve Up VoIP Calls

VoIP is getting so hot that everyone wants a piece of it, even the Internet search engines. Search engine giants like Google, Yahoo and MSN already have commitments to a VoIP future and just recently AOL has decided that they want to be a VoIP VIP as well.

Google's venture into VoIP has been with their new Google Talk program. With Google Talk, users can harness the power of VoIP to contact others over the Internet using email, instant messaging or by calling. What's more is that Google Talk is free, cheap and easy. Google Talk does use Jabber can be used to get on to GT with GAIM, Trillian, iChat, and even Adium. It may not have all the bells and whistles that other clients have but early reports have been positive about the functionality.


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Yahoo has supported VoIP for a while now through its Yahoo Messenger service. Yahoo Messenger with Voice offers free PC-to-PC calling worldwide, using just a headset, microphone and speakers. Through Yahoo Messenger is it possible to use a webcam, send photos and IM a friend on a mobile phone. With Yahoo Messenger, you have many choices on how you'd like to personalize your Messenger window and experience online using avatars, images, emoticons and audibles. Audibles let you send some fanciful preset voice messages to the user on the other end.


Not to be left in the dust, Microsoft has purchased a VoIP company called Teleo and will wrap its software into their MSN Messenger service. According to Microsoft, "Combining the technology and expertise of Teleo with Microsoft's existing VoIP investments in MSN is expected to help advance efforts to connect people to the information and people that matter to them ultimately enhancing the integration of rich voice capabilities throughout MSN communication and information services, including MSN Messenger."

And, not to be left totally out in the cold, AOL has announced its new TotalTalk VoIP service. Through TotalTalk calls can be placed "… using a computer and standard telephone hardware together by connecting a telephone line and a cable or DSL modem to a broadband router." Users don't even need to have AOL as their ISP in order to use the TotalTalk service. AOL says that TotalTalk will be a paradigm shift for many users and that the next version, code named Triton, will allow users to use their computers to answer calls to their home phones and even forward calls to their cell phones.


Just when you thought the big VoIP companies like Skype and Vonage were fighting with the traditional Baby Bells over telecommunications turf, the search engines step in and start marking off their own pieces of the VoIP pie. And to make matters even harrier, Ebay has acquired Skype and has its own master plan for Internet Telecommunications world domination in mind. These are exciting times in the VoIP field and they are even going to get better.




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