The technology for adding video and audio chat abilities to Web apps is now built into a customer-chat product from TokBox used by Doritos, Diet Coke, and more. Microsoft doesn't like WebRTC, though.
Video chat service Tokbox is launching a new meeting service that lets businesses and large groups set up large-scale group chats.
Bain Capital Ventures leads the round for the start-up, which released a desktop application based on Adobe AIR and is building code to integrate its technology into Facebook Chat.
Video talk service TokBox now offering public video posting.
A Segway-like kit will bring iPad-based telepresence to offices and elsewhere by year's end for $1,999.
The browser also makes it easier to control Web site permissions, security fixes, and the option to send a "do not track" request.
Begin instant conversations with friends and family with BoostCam, a free two-way video chat service that runs right in your browser.
It's far from being on store shelves, but some additional details and photos of the CrunchPad, a mobile computing device as envisioned by TechCrunch founder Michael Arrington, have been released.
Now anyone can try out beta of Digsby, which integrates IM, e-mail and social-network communications.
Talk with others using text and a Web cam with Orgoo's new chat.