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2 Lug/09

Google Voice Is Cool, But Do You Need It? [Phones]

Google Voice Is Cool, But Do You Need It? [Phones]

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); You’ve read about the features, you saw the invites going out, but you might be wondering what, exactly, Google Voice could do for you. Here’s our guide for the curious and uninvited on whether your phones need some Google juice. We’re not going to explain every feature, quirk, and option in the Google Voice service, which is slowly giving out invites to those who request them. We’ve already taken...

24 Giu/09

WhoCallsMe? Identifies Unknown Callers [Phones]

WhoCallsMe? Identifies Unknown Callers [Phones]

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Thanks to nearly ubiquitous caller ID, it’s not difficult to see the what number called but the source of the call is a little murkier. WhoCallsMe? helps solve the mystery of the unknown caller. WhoCallsMe? is a user-driven database of phone numbers. People in the same boat as you, receiving phone calls from annoying warranty scammers and their ilk, have taken the time to post the numbers and comments to the database....

7 Mag/09

Save Time Getting the Word Out with Custom Voicemail Messages [Voicemail]

Save Time Getting the Word Out with Custom Voicemail Messages [Voicemail]

As free voicemail applications like Google Voice and YouMail grow in popularity, users get all kinds of new voicemail options. Reader CrasH suggests a few clever custom voicemail messages for busy times and unknown callers. I hate voicemail. It’s not a bad idea; I just loathe having to actually check my messages. So, I often don’t. (Editor’s note: He’s not alone; a lot of you think voicemail is passé.) I’m also a graduate student, and it’s final...