A meeting-room app that configures itself automatically, can recognize participants, and can share documents as well as video feeds? Could be cool if it ever comes out.
Highfive's $799 device connects to an HDTV and lets you "throw" a conference from a mobile device to the larger display. But it'll need that Android app (coming soon) to start making a real dent.
Zoom's low-cost telepresence tool has some nice features, but lack of documentation makes installation a hassle, and you have to gather all the hardware yourself.
The latest release of Adobe's business videoconferencing tool includes simpler screen sharing, expanded whiteboard capabilities, and deeper social media integration.
Google's improvements to its under-the-radar videoconferencing tool include SLA support, dial-out capabilities, personal calendaring, and more.
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Talking to a bunch of your buds just got a whole lot less costly for Skype users.
Google Apps and WebEx are getting integrated. But what does this mean for Hangouts?
It will ship in the spring a set of new and improved products aimed at what it considers is a vastly underserved market
Google launches a $999 videoconferencing system, Chromebox for meetings, designed to use Google Hangouts to connect employees.