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Video social network Klip updates its iOS app to add video replies and personal messaging

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The video social network Klip has just released an update for its mobile apps and starting today, users can take advantage of video replies and personal messaging. With several similar services out in the marketplace right now like Socialcam, Viddy, and others, one must wonder just how can they all...
Video social network Klip updates its iOS app to add video replies and personal messaging

Rounds Brings Co-browsing To Mobile To Let Friends Surf The Web Together During Live Video Chats

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Rounds, the video chat app and Israeli startup backed by $5.5 million in funding from Verizon Investments, Rhodium and DFJ’s Tim Draper among others, has been slowly expanding across platforms. Originally built as a Facebook-centric experience, Rounds expanded to the desktop last summer, launched Mac and Windows apps to allow...
Rounds Brings Co-browsing To Mobile To Let Friends Surf The Web Together During Live Video Chats

Chrome and Firefox now talking to each other through WebRTC chats (video)

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The dream for WebRTC is to offer truly software-independent video and voice chat, but it hasn't worked out that way given limited support. Google and Mozilla have just showed us that it's at last possible to reach across the aisle, provided both sides are running the newest browsers. Should...
Chrome and Firefox now talking to each other through WebRTC chats (video)

ChefHangout is a genius use of Google+ Hangouts and could actually make money

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In what’s probably the first attempt that I’ve seen to monetize Google+, a site called ChefHangout has a unique approach to cooking lessons utilizing the powerful Google+ Hangouts video conference feature. While Google+ has been somewhat methodical slow in rolling out public APIs for its social network, the Hangout API...
ChefHangout is a genius use of Google+ Hangouts and could actually make money

TNW Pick of the Day: Vidyoo's video-chat app is like speed-dating for the Facebook generation

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Vidyoo is a new ‘people discovery’ platform for Facebook. While it’s broadly aimed at ‘meeting new people’, it’s really focusing on the lucrative dating market. It launched officially for the public yesterday, and promises to help you meet people who match your interests and preferences, with the main interaction subsequently...
TNW Pick of the Day: Vidyoo's video-chat app is like speed-dating for the Facebook generation

Google+ is becoming a beast for the workplace, Google Docs now available in Hangouts

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Google’s suite of social tools, referred to as Google+, continues to kick out new features for all of its services. Today, the Google+ team announced that sharing Google Docs within Hangouts is now available for all users: Last year we launched Hangouts with extras as a way to preview certain...
Google+ is becoming a beast for the workplace, Google Docs now available in Hangouts
Android Apps of CES entertain your kids and enhance your conversations
Mayor Bloomberg calls upon techies to reinvent New York City's payphones

Airtime wakes up from its post-launch slumber with new features including video posts

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Yes, we know how loud Airtime’s launch was, but we haven’t heard much from the company as of late. We might have found out why today, as the company has announced some new features today. Here’s what Airtime had to say on its blog: We’ve always intended for Airtime to...
Airtime wakes up from its post-launch slumber with new features including video posts

No more blind dates: Date.fm adds video chat to its mobile app

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Online dating is weird. You’re basically picking a person to date based on a bunch of photos and generally some self-aggrandizing description. Sometimes you exchange a few messages before the date, but the real getting to know each other actually happens on that first date, when you’re actually forced to...
No more blind dates: Date.fm adds video chat to its mobile app

"In The Studio," Greylock's David Sze Shares Detailed Lessons From His Career

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Editor’s Note: Semil Shah is a contributor to TechCrunch. You can follow him on Twitter at @semil. “In The Studio” this week hosts a special guest who doesn’t typically go on camera that often. As a result, I decided to make this particular episode of the show longer to capture...
"In The Studio," Greylock's David Sze Shares Detailed Lessons From His Career
Google+ Introduces New Hangouts App Called Capture, To Snap Pics Of Special Moments As They Happen

Polycom Aims to Make Video Conferencing Systems Play Nice Together

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There has been in the last year or two a lot of work by startups in the video conferencing field. And as startups of various sizes are often want to do, they portray themselves as disrupting the business of established players in their chosen field. In video conferencing, that established...
Polycom Aims to Make Video Conferencing Systems Play Nice Together

The future of online video meetings

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This post is sponsored by Citrix® GoToMeeting®. Attend your meetings from anywhere. Try GoToMeeting today for Free! Interacting with people online has progressed over the years in many ways. Back in the day, chatting with someone over a computer who was thousands of miles away was state-of-the-art. As with...
The future of online video meetings

Homeless in San Francisco, AirBnB founder eats his dog food

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I am still homeless (most of the time), and living on @Airbnb. Permanent residences are for families. AirBnB CEO & co-founder Brian Chesky via Twitter A video conversation with Brian Chesky from our archives: Watch this video for free on GigaOM...
Homeless in San Francisco, AirBnB founder eats his dog food
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