How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy

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From the man that brought you and Lindows, a new toy. The telcoms are having a fit about this (shock). Meanwhile, I'm not as amused as I could be... it's a little pricy for something that can only connect to other users. But they're planning price drops ($40 a phone in the coming year, $20 the next). At $20 a phone, I'd buy this service in an instant.

Free calling, anywhere in the world, with an easy to use interface that doesn't run through my PC... yeah, I can dig that.

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