Verizon Launches Wireless Webcam Viewing
Feb 3, 2003, 10:59 AM by (staff)
Verizon Wireless last week launched the Logitech® Mobile Video™ service, which lets customers use their wireless phones to view live webcam images. The service can be used with public or password-protected private web cameras. The generationPIX downloadable viewer application is compatible with the Motorola T720 and Audiovox CDM-9500 Get It Now(SM)-enabled phones. The service costs $4.99 per month.
The Logitech ZeroTouch car phone holder brings the power of Amazon's Alexa to your car. The ZeroTouch combines a car mount, mobile app, and Alexa so you can not only make calls and send texts, but access your smarthome settings safely from behind the wheel.
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