My company has been using Skype as a chat (1-1, Group), voice (1-1, Group), and occasional video group chat app. Screen sharing is also used occasionally. The problem is, it doesn't do any of those things particularly well, with tons of dropped calls / dropouts, lack of a directory of group chats, poor quality screen sharing. [more inside]
Are there ways to remove facebook VOICE chat from my computer? [more inside]
I'm looking to hang out in a voice server and idly chat with strangers during the evenings and wee hours of the night from time to time. [more inside]
What is the best method to voice conference when a few of the meeting attendees are on a slow/unreliable connection in Africa? [more inside]
Four iPhone users: USA, Canada, England, Mexico. All with different carriers. What free/cheap voice options are there? [more inside]
How can I have Google Voice send my SMS to an instant message service such as Google talk? [more inside]
A friend had a question I was uncertain about... is there a way on a laptop running Vista -- short of having two sound cards -- where you can have Ventrillo voice chat through any kind of headphones, while at the same time having entirely seperate streaming radio playing to speakers through the audio out port on the laptop? She's open to any kind of headphones or any streaming audio software which would support this. Failing this... is there a good, simple, ideally non-invasive workaround to add a second sound card to a laptop?
Does anyone have recommendations as to voice chat software for a forum? We'd ideally like to have a regulated chat room in vbulletin where one person has voice control (for a lesson type environment), but standalone software could work too (except paltalk). Ability to control who can enter the chat is a must.
Is there an IM client that will allow voice chat from behind a firewall? I can change my settings but the person I'm trying to talk to is sitting behind a Linksys router with default firewall settings and is unwilling to let me change them.