The 24 Hours of Le Mans is a race of extremes. It’s a test of endurance, a showcase of technology, and it’s also all about speed. To understand the first of those, you’ll have to wait until the 85th running of the race, which takes place this weekend. But you can definitely
Cisco’s home video conferencing solution Umi never found much success, and now Business Insider reports that the company is calling off sales altogether. Originally unveiled in October of 2010, Umi no doubt struggled due to its price — $599 for the high-end hardware, with a $9.95 monthly subscription fee — and because
Amazon has been successfully pushing into businesses for years with its cloud computing services, and now it’s looking at productivity apps as a new way to deepen its ties to businesses. Available as a free download for iOS, Android, macOS, and Windows, Amazon’s Chime is a video conferencing app for online meetings.
We’ve seen plenty of failed home video conferencing cameras ideas come and go, but that sad history hasn’t deterred Biscotti — the startup just announced a $199 video camera that sits on top of your TV and can call both other Biscotti units as well as phones, tablets, and PCs using Google