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Videophone tag on way

Intel releases new videoconferencing software that allows people to leave video messages for each other.

Now people can play videophone tag.

Intel (INTC) introduced today new videoconferencing software that allows people to leave video messages for each other.

Intel says the feature is most useful for businesses where real-time communications are stymied by international time zones. Users can leave video messages for each other in any location or time zone with the new software. For example, a doctor might forward X-rays for experts in another country to diagnose.

The software also adds the ability to record and replay videoconferences for record-keeping; full-screen video is supported for Windows 95 users.

The ProShare Conferencing Video System 200 Plus is available as an upgrade to current users of Video System 200 for $179 including software and professional headset. A software-only version is available for $129.