Cingular To Add Live Video Sharing This Year
Jan 5, 2007, 2:30 PM by (staff)
Cingular has announced it will launch a form of video calling this year. Confirming earlier statements by executives, the carrier announced it will let customers share video from the external camera, instead of face to face calling. Using new video-capable 3G phones, subscribers will be able to make a voice call, and then press a button to enable video sharing with other 3G subscribers. Cingular will demonstrate video share calling at CES using an upgraded CU500. They have not announced an exact date for the launch or if there is any additional cost for the service.
T-Mobile Announces Native Video Calling Service
T-Mobile today announced T-Mobile Video Calling, a service that works with the native phone dialer of select handsets without requiring special apps. Like VoLTE and HD Voice, T-Mobile Video Calling can move easily between LTE and WiFi with no dropped video.
WhatsApp Says What's Up to Global Video Chats
WhatsApp today announced that it is enabling video calls for all users around the world. Video calling is being added to the Android, iOS, and Windows phone mobile apps over the coming days.
BBM for Android Gains Video Calling
BlackBerry today said it is expanding BBM video calling to Android devices. The feature is rolling out in the U.S.
Google Merging Video Call Tool Into Phone Dialer
Google today said it is taking steps to ease the process of making video calls between Android handsets. Starting with Nexus, Pixel, and Android One devices, users will be able to initiate video calls directly from the phone dialer or text messaging app.
sprint and the Q
Hopefully something better than the LG CU500v
i said this back in october
do they think
We Wanted It, Now We're Getting It
her rich or eric