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Despite having fast internet connections and the latest OS and hardware, iChat may chop and potentially crash.
By putting a camera in the iPod Nano, Apple hopes to beat the tiny pocket-sized camera maker at its own game.
Want to add a little video to a tweet? Yfrog now lets you record some from your Webcam and post it straight away.
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The latest iteration of Canon's pro sports shooter incorporates HD video, a boost to the autofocus system and the requisite sky-high maximum sensitivity of ISO 102,400.
Elgato's EyeTV iPhone app briefly allows users to stream live video over a 3G network connection via a built-in back door.
The music-video site, which is due to open later this year, continues to attract investors.
Microsoft's hit online service will soon feature the ability to bring Facebook, Twitter, and Last.fm into the living room, as well as to instantly stream movies and TV shows.