A Segway-like kit will bring iPad-based telepresence to offices and elsewhere by year's end for $1,999.
Mozilla wants to keep patent-encumbered technology off the Web. But H.264 compression is widely used, and a deal with Cisco means Firefox can use it.
People signing up for Gmail can now say "no thanks" to Google's social network -- one of many moves the search giant has made in the past few months regarding Google+.
Doors open at Apple stores across the globe as the new iPhone 6 and 6 Plus hit the shelves.
Search giant adds to the team working on its social network. That includes the startup's founder, who wrote the book "Mobile First," which has become a Silicon Valley mantra.
Warpia introduces a new wireless display product called ConnectHD, which works based on a wireless USB standard.
The search giant is giving Google Apps customers access to its videoconferencing feature, no Google+ account needed.
Moving toward Web standards reduces the inconvenience and security problems of browser plugins. But the new Hangouts software still uses Google's own Native Client plugin.
An attempt to make the digital world less alienating, the Frebble is a hand-holding device designed to connect people over long distances.
The company hopes to make mobile videoconferencing easier for businesses through an application for the iPad and Android tablets.