NewVoiceMedia powers an online network that delivers calls through your existing telephone infrastructure.
RingDNA released a voice communications platform today that provides sales reps with relevant data so they can make the most of their sales calls. The company also announced raising a $1.9 million seed round.
Cloud communications startup Twilio has partnered with Google to bring voice and messaging abilities to apps being developed with Google App Engine, the companies announced today.
What’s a SIP? And how is Twilio going to use it to save VoIP folks a ton of money? Read on, nerd friends.
Cloud-focused messaging startups SendGrid and Twilio have teamed up to empower SendGrid enterprise customers with a suite of messaging tools, including transactional emails, SMS, voicemails, and push notifications.
Many people today prefer texting to talking on the phone, which can present businesses with a serious challenge. How do you get in touch with customers who won’t pick up the damn phone?
Twilio’s expansion means big things for developers working internationally. Historially, geopolitically bounded mobile carriers have made it difficult for certain types of apps to flourish without lots of behind-the-scenes infrastructure and business machinations.
Finally, some APIs you can get with. Get it? Get as in a get call? Dev puns are total knee-slappers.
Since its launch last month, Y Combinator startup Plivo has provided cloud-based local phone numbers in more than 50 countries worldwide, across the US, Europe, South, America, Africa and Asia.
Craig Walker, the inventor of both Google Voice and DialPad, is now reinventing conference calls with his latest venture, UberConference. Teleconferences notoriously suck, but UberConference thinks it’s fixed that, claiming to have created “the best conference calling service ever.”
Google on Wednesday announced that users who want to keep a previous Google Voice number permanently will now have the option — for a small fee.
TwoSixty Inc, an online phone management service backed by Y Combinator, announced today that it has launched TellFi.ca — a version of its virtual phone service specifically for Canada.
Google is expanding its testing of a long-awaited feature for Google Voice, the ability to port your current mobile number to the service, Engadget reports.
GroupMe, a service that lets users start a group chat using text messages, announced today that it has raised $10.6 million in its second round of funding — but it won’t be generating any kind of revenue any time soon.
Ifbyphone, a provider of web-based services that interact with phone calls, has raised $8 million in its second round of funding from Apex Venture Partners, Origin Ventures and Spring Mill Ventures.
Jajah, the internet phone company that was snapped up by Spanish telecom giant Telefonica for $207 million, is declaring war on calling cards. The company is announcing today a calling card of its own that it’s dubbing “the world’s first honest calling card.”