talkiepi is a single-button, push-to-talk walkie-talkie build that allows users to talk with their friends easily over WiFi, without the confusion of frequency dials, random buttons, and all the other clicky, turny, pushy options that caused me to break my own walkie-talkies as a child. It’s the brainchild of Daniel Chote, native New Zealander, self-proclaimed … Continue reading →
Here’s a nice bit of new functionality for your Raspberry Pi: the good folks at Elastix, the open-source unified communications outfit, have developed a new version of Elastix 32 bits, called μElastix, and ported it to the Raspberry Pi. I know a lot of you were clamouring for Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) on your Pis (for people … Continue reading →