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1 billion people have officially ignored you using YouMail, yay!

YouMail, a startup that promises to help you screen creeper-calls, announced Thursday that it has answered over one billion phone calls, with 500 million of those calls occurring since September 2010. The company has also received an undisclosed round of funding, which brings the total raised to date to $12.5M.

TwoSixty launches TellFi, a Google Voice for companies

TwoSixty Inc, an online phone management service backed by Y Combinator, announced today that it has launched — a version of its virtual phone service specifically for Canada.

Finally, the official Google Voice iPhone app hits the App Store

It’s been a long haul for Google, but now iPhone owners can finally download an official Google Voice iPhone app — giving them access to even more Google Voice features than the current web app, although still not as many as Android users enjoy.

Official Google Voice app finally headed to the iPhone?

A few weeks ago, third-party Google Voice apps for the iPhone started getting approved by Apple. Now it appears that we may soon see the official Google Voice app on the iPhone, sources tell TechCrunch.

DEMO: Touchring lets you make phone calls from social networks

Touchring is one of 70 companies chosen by VentureBeat to launch at the DEMO Fall 2010 event taking place this week in Silicon Valley. After our selection, the companies pay a fee to present. Our coverage of them remains objective.

T-Mobile hopes for a big splash with new G2 Android phone

It was almost two years ago that I got my hands on a G1, the first cellphone that used Google’s Android operating system. Now, a couple of hundred thousand Android phones are being activated a day.

Gmail users place 1M calls in 24 hours

It looks like Gmail users are already taking advantage of the cheap calling that Google launched yesterday. The company announced via Twitter that there were 1 million calls placed from Gmail in 24 hours.

Google’s latest (promotional) product: Phone booths

It looks like Google is getting a little old-fashioned to promote its Google Voice service. It is installing telephone booths with the classic red look in airports and universities.

Google brings free US calls to Gmail

Google announced today that it will allow users to make phone calls directly from Gmail — because, apparently, I don’t spend enough time in Gmail already.

Google Voice opens up to all

After more than a year of being an exclusive invite-only affair, Google today has opened up its Google Voice service to everyone. The news comes after Google began prioritizing college students last month for access to its innovative phone service.

Google to invite college students to Google Voice first, a wise decision

Invites for Google Voice — the company’s innovative phone service — are hard to come by, even though Google launched it more than a year ago. But according to a recent post on the Google Voice blog, the company has decided to make it easier for college students to get in on the service.

Crunchies: Google Voice is coming to the iPhone “one way or the other”

Google’s vice president of engineering Vic Gundotra said the Google Voice application, which is still in limbo after Apple declined to give it the greenlight for the app store, will come to the iPhone “one way or the other.” He made the statement while on-stage at the Crunchies award ceremony today.