Phone calls from MacBook/iPad: Ever since google introduced free calls (outgoing to US/Canada and incoming) from inside gmail, I have become fan of it and almost never use my phone when I am on my computer(I have Google voice number, so all calls come to computer as well as phone). It's the experience of talking on speaker phone and at the same time keep browsing as well. You can have long calls without holding phone next to ear. Also, since once you create gmail contacts all you need to do is just type couple of letter and google shows all matching contacts, so dialing is super easy on computer. So that explains how much I enjoy calls on my computer. Now, I guess it would be cool if iPhone calls could be routed to MacBook. That is, when iPhone and MacBook are on same wifi we can use macbook to make/receive calls that we would otherwise make on iPhone, and the calls would still go through iphone but we would be able to do right from computer (perhaps through an app on MacBook but would be nice if apple provides native integration). So all incoming calls to iphone ring on iphone (and as well iphone routs them to macbook) and on macbook too. and so can be picked from either one. all outgoing calls from macbook goes through iphone which places them as if they were dialed from iphone. I think Motorola Atrix does this once har wired to computer(webtop)...but would we so cool if we can get that on iphone. do you know any app that already does it, or expect that functionality in future from apple ?