471 Billion Mobile VoIP Minutes By 2015

Juniper Research says that the total number of mobile VoIP minutes will jump from 15 billion minutes in 2010 to 470.6 billion minutes by 2015. US is going to account for 135 billion mobile VoIP minutes by 2015. Now good news for mobile VoIP startups.

Nearly 300M VoIP Subscribers Seen By 2013

There will be 288 million users of Voice-over-Internet Protocol (VoIP) by 2013, says market research firm, In-Stat. Indeed, while so far, VoIP has been driven largely by the likes of cable companies, the next big VoIP boost is going to come from mobile.

How Do Wireline Voice Services Measure Up?

A study by Keynote Systems shows that AT&T voice is most reliable while Comcast digital has the best quality. Other independent VoIP providers are pretty average on both counts it seems.

Why BlackBerry Storm Is An iPhone (and G-1) Killer

Having followed activity in the BlackBerry ecosystem over the past few weeks, I have come to the conclusion that BlackBerry Storm should be called BlackBerry Stealth. Why? With little media coverage, its forthcoming launch is the sleeper play in the smartphone market; it is poised to make major market penetration on its launch later this fall.

BenQ MID will surface at CES

While James is up earlier than normal in Vegas, I’m sitting at the Philadelphia International Airport reading about BenQ’s mobile Internet device.…