I have finally discovered what I believe to be the best Open Source (and therefore free) software to use in a Live Chat scenario! Open Web Messenger (or Mibew) developed by one or two guys is incredible.
Frequent updates and a friendly support Forum with quick responses led me to like it very quickly indeed. If you’ve been looking for something like this and don’t want to pay vast amounts for things like Live Person!
Open Web Messenger even has Live Person look-a-like skins – they have even developed a client for Windows with others in the works I do believe.
Web site link: http://openwebim.org/
The Toshiba TG01 smartphone running Windows Mobile 6.1 I believe has to be undoubtedly the best and biggest attempt to take on the iPhone yet.
It’s running a 1Ghz Qualcomm processor for christ sake! (iPhone/Blackberry run at around ~600-700Mhz)
It has everything, and I mean everything. You’ve got your standard mobile, obviously, but then you have WiFi, built in GPS, possibility of adding hundreds of apps and whatever you think about it will probably do.
I am very impressed indeed.
Also a video which you can view here sampling the Kinoma Play app on the phone: http://www.vimeo.com/4844983
This I am sure will turn heads. I can see it kick the Blackberry and HTC phones high out the water and be the biggest iPhone alternative out there.
Okay, so today at work we had some contractors in to take some fibre cable across the roof, nowhere near the edge of the roof yet they clipped their harnesses onto a central steel wire to stop them falling? The fact that the length of their harness wouldn’t have let them walk more than a metre or two was besides the point…