From CES 2012, Bridget Carey takes a First Look at the Samsung InTouch Camera, a device that lets you use your television to make Skype calls.
Samsung's inTouch system turns your standard TV into a smart TV by adding Android functionality in the form of Skype calling, YouTube streaming and web browsing.
This bot from iRobot and InTouch Health can roll up to your bedside and help a remote doctor treat you.
LG's first foray into the world of Android handsets has touched down on two networks -- or so the company thinks
iRobot invests $6 million in InTouch Health to test its robots, including Ava, for use in telemedicine and assisted care at healthcare facilities.
Samung's Android-based InTouch HD camera system delivers Skype video calling to your TV via Wi-Fi. Introduced at CES 2012, it will retail for $199.99 when it's released in March.
Miyowa's new platform InTouch 5 is a lot more than just an address book.
After winning settlements from defendants including Amazon.com, Intouch Group loses a round in its bid to collect licensing fees for its technology.
Digital music company Intouch Group says it has reached a settlement in a patent infringement lawsuit filed against online music company Listen.com. Berkeley, Calif.-based Intouch sued Listen.com, Muze, Amazon.com, AOL Time Warner's former Entertaindom site, Liquid Audio and Loudeye Technologies' DiscoverMusic, accusing them of infringing its patent covering a potentially wide range of music for downloading and streaming. Liquid Audio and Amazon also agreed to settle with Intouch earlier this year. Entertainment information company Muze also resolved its suit with the company.
Toronto-based 01 Communique introduced on Wednesday a service called I'm InTouch that allows road warriors to get access to their Outlook and Outlook Express e-mail and other information using wireless devices or any PC with a Web browser. The service offers a secure direct connection between the remote device and the person's PC and can work from behind a firewall or proxy server, according to the company. The service costs $9.95 per month, or $99.95 per year, and runs on PCs with Windows 98 Second Edition, Windows Me and Windows NT 4.0, Windows 2000 workstation and Windows XP Professional. A free 30-day trial is available at the company's Web site.