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Skype on the Xbox One - the Future Has Arrived!

Curious to know what features Skype has in the new Xbox One? So am I. With the Xbox One, you get an all-in-one entertainment system that aims to take over your living/family room not just for gaming but for communicating...

Skype releases Skype 5.3 for Mac OS X

Today, Skype released Skype 5.3 for Mac OS X, with a number of fixes and some notable improvements, including HD video calling. In addition to an improved user interface, Skype 5.3 will feature support for the new Mac Lion operating...

Carrier Peering Federation Enables HD Voice and HD Video

One of the more interesting bit of news coming out of ITEXPO is that XConnect is not only offering "High-Definition (HD) Voice Peering Federation", but they're also offering a free one month trial. Their federation service for carrier peering let's...

Tandberg Enhances Movi, But Will Cisco Slam the Video Interoperability Door?

Videoconferencing is becoming more critical to businesses, especially with many enterprises employing remote teleworkers. As such, having high-quality HD video has become a requirement, as is the ability to simultaneously collaborate within the videoconferencing session. Well, today, TANDBERG announced...

TANDBERG PrecisionHD USB Camera Sports 720p HD Video

TANDBERG's new PrecisionHD USB Camera is the first webcam to offer HD video at 720p with 30 frames per second. It is optimized for Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007 Release 2 providing business-quality HD video communication. It also includes a...

Future Mobile Phone Features 20 Megapixels, 100Mbps, HD Video - in other words it'll kick ass

Ericsson is predicting the future mobile device by 2012. Ericsson predicts mobile devices with 12-to 20-megapixel cameras, support for full HD video shooting capabilities, 1Ghz processors that don't suck your battery dry, 1024x768 XGA resolution, and high-speed Internet access using...
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