SIP client for Android OS

Categories: Mobile Utilities
Finally a SIP/VoIP program for the Android OS! Sipdroid is a great GPL licensed program that allows you to make and receive SIP and make VoIP from your mobile. The app is incredibly simple to use, which just requires you to enter your SIP credentials (server, login and password). Once it is on, you will see a little green bubble on the status bar indicating that you’re online. After that, just enter the phone number you’d like or use the phone numbers on your contact list, remembering to enter the country code.

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New Android 1.5 (Cupcake)

Categories: Mobile
The last time there was an Android upgrade, I had to wait over 1 month to get mine. Fortunately this time it appears Europe had Android 1.5 launch date before users in the U.S. This is a much expected release because of the extensive list of new features. Without further delay, here is the tour of what is new in Android Cupcake. First, here is my home screen where you can add shortcuts, widgets and live folders:

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New insight into Android, mobile phone’s open source OS

Categories: OS
Google’s Android, a mobile phone’s open source operating system is coming closer and closer to a reality for us. The most recent news shows a really spiffy phone with tons of features and excellently cool! I haven’t really made that much of an effort to get an iPhone waiting for an Android phone to be released. I think Android phones will be better then iPhones because there won’t be the entire hacking / unlocking process and being open source the possibilities for growth in the number of add-on apps is enormous.

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