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- n. Plural form of videocall.
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Cisco Systems Inc. unveiled a $599 device that turns televisions into videoconferencing systems, betting it can get consumers to pay for videocalls in their homes rather than use free services like Skype.
And don't bring up videocalls to defend yourself: it'd be creepy talking to a disembodied two-dimensional head being held at arm's length, and besides, the iPad is too heavy to hold in front of your face for long, so you'd end up balancing it in your lap, which means both callers would find themselves staring up one another's others nostrils, like a pair of curious dental patients.
· Client-server architecture that provides stronger privacy for your videocalls
(I do know for Singtel users, incoming calls from Japan is free actually, same for videocalls from Japan as well, not sure abt other telcos since I'm a ST user myself)
The Rim Alpha 1 watchphone, supports voicecalls - but not videocalls
Unfortunately - judging by the picture - it doesn't look like the Alpha 1 will support videocalls, but Rim executive Antoine Boucher has promised to build in a solid selection of features alongside the watch's analogue dial.
Megapixel camera with autofocus, but no flash, a secondary camera for videocalls, built-in GPS receiver with A-GPS function, 3.5 mm audio output jack, Stereo FM radio with RDS function, MP3 player, YouTube support, accelerometer sensor for auto-rotate, touch-sensitive navigation controls and