A Segway-like kit will bring iPad-based telepresence to offices and elsewhere by year's end for $1,999.
Warpia introduces a new wireless display product called ConnectHD, which works based on a wireless USB standard.
The company hopes to make mobile videoconferencing easier for businesses through an application for the iPad and Android tablets.
FCC pushes cell phone carriers to stop "bill shock," T-Mobile institutes new data caps, and Skype 5.0 adds Facebook integration and group video chatting.
Heads up, Skype: By acquiring Global IP Solutions for about $68 million, Google expects to improve its audio and video communication abilities.
The search giant is giving Google Apps customers access to its videoconferencing feature, no Google+ account needed.
Joint venture announced Monday is designed to compete with Cisco after its recent acquisition of Tandberg and bring companies inexpensive video-conferencing services.
Acquisition puts the maker of Webcams and other peripherals into the video-conferencing market.
Fuze Meeting, which works on the iPhone and BlackBerry, allows users to share rich media without being behind a firewall, unlike HP's Skyroom.
A report claims videoconferencing is coming to the iPhone. Don Reisinger likes that idea, but what about something simple like copy and paste?