Videoconferencing - ARCHIVE

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By 2001, the videoconferencing market will reach $5 billion with by far the greatest growth in the desktop segment from about $300 million in 1996 to $3 billion in 2001. Source: Teleconferencing Markets and Strategies: From Novelty to Necessity. Archive material 1997 - historical interest.

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How easy is it to make youtube video on iphone?

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Making video clips for youtube on early iphone is more difficult than on smart phones which have two cameras.


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Smart watches - speech recognition - ARCHIVE 1997

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Nokia 9000 Series and Speech Recognition.

ARCHIVE PAGE 1997 FOR INTEREST

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Radiation Scare from Smartphones - VIDEO and article - truth about mobile phone radiation and health risks

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"Growing evidence that mobile phone radiation affects living tissues - health risks?"

Video comment by Dr Patrick Dixon on research showing possible health risks from heavy exposure to mobile phone radiation. Risks probably very small in normal use.

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Lectures by Videoconference - Video

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Why videolinks can be better than being there in person. Limits to globalisation with current management models. World-class remote lecturing. Dr Patrick Dixon - Videoconferences. (Archive 1999 but of historical interest)

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