Voxing Home From Mars On Christmas Eve

In September last year, we showed how NASA was using Voxer in it’s NEEMO project for primary communications, and for potential future use on Mars!

Voxer has now partnered with NASA’s HI-SEAS (Hawaii Space Exploration Analog and Simulation) mission, which began in October, and will be the longest Mars simulation conducted by the U.S.

InformationWeek editor, David F Carr wrote a story on the six simulated space explorers through an interview conducted over Voxer, read below:

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Announcing Voxer Admin Control

We are thrilled to announce the much requested Admin Control feature for Android and iOS! Voxer Pro users now decide who can join their group chat, as well as remove…

 

Voxer Takes Connections to the Next Level

Pernille Ripp is a passionate educator, and self proclaimed ‘techy geek’. Over the summer, Pernille starting using Voxer as a PLN tool to collaborate with other educators. It wasn’t until…

 

Voxer Keeps Global Friendships Fresh

Guest Post: Travel Writer – Jacki Laulainen I have four spaces on the main app bar on my iPhone, meant for my most prized, most used apps. There are over…

 

Entrepreneurs use Voxer to Stay Connected During Silicon Valley Trip

Cassidy Uhl is a student in Don Wettrick’s Innovation class at Noblesville HS, and was chosen to join 15 other students in a educational trip to California, dubbed ‘Calivation’. The…

 

BSD Now – Behind the Masq

A few weeks ago, Voxer’s own Matt Ranney (Co-founder & former CTO) and George Kola (CTO) sat down with BSD Now to talk about Voxer’s recent migration from Smart OS…

 

How to Be a Team Player When Working Remotely

Is working from the office necessary anymore? Due to advances in technology, and the rapid adoption of connected devices, telecommuting now fits into the growing idea of work being a…