Popular messaging and chat app OoVoo will enable BlackBerry 10 users to place voice and video calls across platforms.
A free app for iPhone gets you video conferencing with up to five other people.
Dual core and video chat are all the rage this CES 2011. The two are converging in a demo that illustrates two main smartphone trends.
OoVoo Mobile is a new Android app that brings video conference calls to mobile phones. Qik, Fring, and Skype have some catching up to do.
We got an advance look at OoVoo Mobile's video conferencing app for Android. So far, it's the most advanced video chat app we've seen.
With the advent of 4G bandwidth,the time may finally be ripe for high-data mobile video calling to take root. OoVoo wants to be the one you turn to.
OoVoo is a free, multiuser chat program.
Video conferencing service ooVoo gets some handy features that business users might like, despite its consumer-oriented roots.
Who says April 15 is all bad? Here's your chance to score a free Android phone, a free massage, 25 free copies, and more.
Many think the mobile OS is already irrelevant. Just imagine how that ink will fade by the time it's officially obsolete years down the road.