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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.
European carrier giant Telefonica, parent company of the UK's O2, has embraced WebRTC technology so its customers just need a browser to make calls. Too bad about Apple's Safari, though.
With its online chat feature, Mozilla works to break down the walls around services like Microsoft Skype and Google Hangouts.
The browser also makes it easier to control Web site permissions, security fixes, and the option to send a "do not track" request.
A Segway-like kit will bring iPad-based telepresence to offices and elsewhere by year's end for $1,999.
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.
Netbooks are all the rage, but how well do they do with the Net part of the equation? We give some of our favorite apps a go on a popular consumer Netbook from Dell.
Begin instant conversations with friends and family with BoostCam, a free two-way video chat service that runs right in your browser.