When the telephone was first patented in 1876, the world was introduced to a technological wonder that had been the dream of inventors for centuries. Being able to have a real-time conversation with somebody next door, down the street, or across the country was life changing. By the time the 1950s rolled around 80 years later, virtually every American family had a telephone in the house. Why wouldn’t you?
But a funny thing has happened in the last decade or so. Continue reading “The Future of VoIP”