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Video Calling Going Prime Time

Visual communication is different in different markets, with the consumers being the "late entrants" in this case. While this might be true while we're still in the early adoption stages of this technology/service, it is probably about to change in 2009. Living here in Israel, hasn't exposed me to any videophone ad on TV, but there have been a few in the US which were targeted directly at consumers. Here's some of those I bumped into through my twitter account and those I am following Full Story

Posted on April 9, 2009 4:16 PM

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A 4th Screen To Follow? Introducing The Media Phone

This might sound like an April fool's joke to some, but it really isn't: we've got a new class of phones (and screen), and someone decided to give it the boring name "Media Phone". In-Stat even taken the liberty of writing a report on the media phones - it's even free. So what is a media phone? Full Story

Posted on April 1, 2009 12:52 PM

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The Future Mobile Phone: WiFi or Cellular?

A press release I bumped into the other day, about Siracom's UniData WiFi Videophone, set to launch at CeBIT (that's like yesterday), got me thinking --- What a cool idea! We already have mobile phones with video telephony embedded into them. Many Smartphones today already support WiFi. And we also have a bunch of WiFi phones (mainly for enterprises). So why not a WiFi videophone? Full Story

Posted on March 4, 2009 1:23 PM

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Where Was Video Calling at CES?

Now that CES is over and most of the other bloggers out there have wrapped it up and moved on, it is time for me to look back and ask where was video calling at CES? Video conferencing is an enterprise thing: it fits large international organizations with multiple sites around the globe. With expensive systems, high bandwidth needs and complex management, this is how it is viewed today. Now this is changing, and some of the indications of this change were visible at CES. Here's a collection of what I bumped into while walking the show floor. Full Story

Posted on January 21, 2009 2:24 PM

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