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teleconferencing

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Meet Surface Hub: Microsoft's fresh take on videoconferencing

Two years after acquiring touchscreen maker Perceptive Pixel, Microsoft has an 84-inch display it hopes will transform workplace productivity and teleconferencing.

By January 21, 2015

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Chrome's next target: Your meeting room

Google aims its Chrome cannon at your staid conference room with Chromebox for Meetings, an attempt to upend business-grade teleconferencing systems.

By February 6, 2014

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Bots are there when you can't be (video)

Need to be in two places at once? Perhaps a robot can come to the rescue. Companies in Silicon Valley are developing mobile bots to connect people for teleconferencing or just keeping in touch. CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports.

By October 8, 2012

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Robots connecting employees, families

The next time you have a board meeting to attend, perhaps your boss will join in via a robot. This vision from a futuristic film is becoming more and more of a reality as several Silicon Valley companies are developing advanced teleconferencing technologies to connect people around the world. CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports.

By October 8, 2012

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Monster iClarityHD Micro 100

The Monster iClarityHD Precision Micro Bluetooth Speaker 100 delivers excellent sound quality and even includes a microphone for hands-free teleconferencing with a Bluetooth smartphone, but we can't recommend a $120 accessory when Logitech and Creative offer a similar product for less.

By October 6, 2010

3 stars Editors' rating October 6, 2010
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Monster iClarityHD

The Monster iClarityHD Precision Micro Bluetooth Speaker 100 delivers excellent quality sound and even includes a microphone for hands-free teleconferencing with a Bluetooth smartphone, but we can't recommend a $120 accessory when Logitech and Creative offer a similar product for less.

By October 8, 2010

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Report: Microsoft a potential telecom force

The software powerhouse is poised for big gains as converts to Net-based phoning add advanced services like Web teleconferencing, a new IDC report suggests.

By August 25, 2003

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Jabber logs on to teleconferencing

Instant messenger Jabber.com says it has teamed with business teleconference provider MeetingOne to integrate Jabber's technology into MeetingOne's teleconferencing services. Jabber's software, which was created through open-source development, will let MeetingOne customers initiate teleconferencing from their desktops by highlighting usernames within their instant messaging service and selecting button to teleconference. The announcement comes shortly after Webb Interactive Services appointed Rob Balgley as Jabber.com's president and chief executive. Jabber.com is a subsidiary of Webb Interactive Services, which offers an advanced XML-based technology platform.

February 9, 2001

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Short Take: Williams agrees to sell conferencing unit

Williams Communications has agreed to sell its Williams Conferencing unit to The Genesys Group, a European and Asian teleconferencing company, for about $39 million. Genesys said it would finance the purchase through convertible bonds and senior debt.

July 1, 1999

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Short Take: NetSpeed releases ADSL-based products

To improve high-speed Net access for teleconferencing, start-up NetSpeed has announced a full line of products based on ADSL telecommunications technology. The products--LoopRunner, Speed Runner, PCIRunner, and FireRunner--include routers, adapter cards, and multiplexers. The product line facilitates high-speed Internet access for networks and service providers. NetSpeed was founded by former NetWorth founder and Compaq Computer executive John McHale.

By January 31, 1997