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  • n. Plural form of videophone.

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Examples

  • Heinlein's Internet ca. 1938 AD was way cool for fans of retro futures: users called operators on videophones (I forgot what Heinlein called the videophones) and the operators sent documents on their way via pneumatic tube; the tubes could reach from one coast to another.

    Boing Boing: January 4, 2004 - January 10, 2004 Archives

  • With Tandberg, Cisco will get the leading maker of video systems ranging from small "videophones" to full conference-room setups.

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  • With Tandberg, Cisco will get the leading maker of ranging from small "videophones" to full conference-room setups.

    Yahoo! News: Top Stories

  • SAN FRANCISCO — Cisco Systems Inc., seeking to become a bigger name in consumer electronics, said Wednesday that it's going to start selling a $599 box that turns living-room TV sets into big videophones.

    Cisco Launches 'Umi' Telepresence Box To Turn TVs Into Videophones

  • Earlier this year, it broadened its portfolio considerably with the $3.4 billion acquisition of Tandberg ASA, a Norwegian company that made systems ranging from telepresence setups to videophones on the desk.

    Cisco Launches 'Umi' Telepresence Box To Turn TVs Into Videophones

  • On top of being a busy Mom, Karen is a sales manager for videophones and relay services for individuals who are deaf and hard of hearing.

    Do It Myself Blog – Glenda Watson Hyatt » 2009 » October

  • "I fully expect 3D television to be every bit as successful as videophones ...." warreno

    Boing Boing

  • BB Video: Carve Steel with Saltwater, Electricity and a Tin Earring (Popsci) "I fully expect 3D television to be every bit as successful as videophones ...." warreno

    Boing Boing

  • Progress meant either big increases in what we already had — houses, cars and appliances for everybody — or exciting new ways to provide the same broadly defined goods — jet packs, flying cars and superhighways for transportation, nuclear power for electricity, videophones for communication.

    Would Bogie Wear Gore-Tex?

  • The Yemeni site Al Sahwa published (www. alsahwa-yemen.net/view_news. asp? sub_no = 6_2010_04_08_77301) the draft law that stipulates, among other things, that journalists cannot uplink to satellites from mobile stations without government permission and that journalists are barred from using videophones.

    Magda Abu-Fadil: Yemeni Government Plans to Short-Circuit Broadcast/Online Media: Activists

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