Voxer and the Advent of Interplanetary Communication

By Jim Panttaja, Head of Corporate Development and Member of Voxer’s Founding Team

When we send the first human crew to Mars, the delay in communication will be between 3 and 20 minutes (it depends on the positions of Earth and Mars in their orbits).

This presents an interesting question to NASA and other space agencies: How will this change the way people communicate?

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Underwater with Voxer: Astronauts Prep for Space

By Jim Panttaja, Head of Corporate Development and Member of Voxer’s Founding Team Dreams of Outer Space I grew up watching the Gemini and Apollo launches and missions on TV,…

 

Take and Share Videos on Voxer

Video has long been our most-requested feature, and now, we are happy to oblige. Available for iOS users – for now! We promise it’s coming to Android soon. If an…

 

Voxer-Using NASA Crew “Lands” Back on Earth

By Jim Panttaja, Head of Corporate Development and Member of Voxer’s Founding Team Simulating Mars As I drove down Saddle Road in Hawaii early Saturday morning, I took a look…

 

Let’s fly away!

Any travel plans this summer? If you’re traveling in a group, Voxer is a great tool for keeping everyone together. Plus, there’s nothing quite like a voice message from a…

 

Voxer for Apple Watch: Messaging Made More Convenient Than Ever

By: Irv Remedios, President We’ve been cranking out lots of new Voxer features lately – Broadcast Chat, Starring, and Message Recall for starters – but nothing gets me going quite…

 

Get a Voxer Pro Membership, Plant 50 Trees

Happy Earth Day! In honor of Earth Day we want to tell you about Trees for the Future, a non-profit organization dedicated to planting trees in rural communities in the…