Glaser's latest venture is a videoconferencing company with an interesting, new social dynamic.
SocialEyes CEO Robert Williams shows off his company's new video chat and conference service.
The new mobile app aims to let you easily share video, photos, and other information while you talk. It also provides free calling in the U.S. and Canada to non-Sidecar users.
Google blames recent Gmail problems on a software update, AT&T launches location-based deal notifications, and an Android virus called Steamy Window runs up your text message bill.
For the $8.5 billion acquisition to work, Microsoft doesn't need to make more money off Skype. It just needs to make sure that its existing products are better than offerings from rivals.
The confab gives young companies six minutes to make their spiel. In a landscape brimming with such shows, is Demo still worth the admission fee?