Sen. Tom Carper seemingly thought he was on mute during Friday’s virtual Senate hearing for the testimony of US Postmaster General Louis DeJoy. A visibly frustrated Carper could be heard saying “f—, f—, f—” on live television after struggling with his livestream for the hearing, which was conducted with Cisco’s […]
Zoom, the ultra-popular videoconferencing platform, is launching a line of work-from-home products. The first is a standalone screen priced at $850 ($US599) designed to be a one-stop-shop for all your video conferencing needs, with eight microphones and a touchscreen for easy annotation in real-time. You can use the screen with […]
Mmhmm is an app that will eventually allow people to virtually share their screen with others in a video call while also remaining in the picture. Founded by ex-Evernote CEO Phil Libin, the app will let you share your presentation, a web browser, or even a live newscast by adding […]
To join a Google Meet appointment, you’ll need to have either an invitation code or a direct link. The meeting organiser should send you the Google Meet invitation code or link, or you may find it in an event on your Google Calendar. Though you need to have a paid […]
To schedule a Google Meet appointment, you can use your Google Calendar, the Meet website, Gmail, or the mobile app. You can schedule a Google Meet appointment for the future, or start one immediately. Visit Business Insider’s Tech Reference library for more stories. Google Meet – the latest version of […]
Video-conferencing software Zoom has become the go-to for many people stuck at home in coronavirus quarantine. While you’ve likely mastered the basics, there are plenty of neat tricks for making the most out of your time on Zoom. Below are our ten best tricks, including muting participants, optimising screen-sharing options, […]
Zoom was once so popular inside Google that some engineers weighed the idea of an acquisition in 2018, according to a new report from The Information. At the time, ‘several thousand’ Google employees were using Zoom instead of Google’s own videoconferencing software. Discussions never got more serious, and instead Google […]
Stephen Walsh was working in events in the Baltimore restaurant and bar scene when the coronavirus outbreak hit the US. When Walsh realised his entire income was going to dry up overnight, he scrambled to launch a virtual trivia night, first over Facebook Live and now over Zoom. Walsh has […]
Videoconferencing software Zoom has become so popular, even the children of executives at its biggest rivals are fans. According to a report from The New York Times, the son of Google’s chief business officer interrupted a recent company meeting over Google Meet, Google’s videoconferencing software, to say how much he […]
Zoom CEO Eric Yuan has joined Forbes’ annual billionaires list for the first time. Zoom’s videoconferencing service has skyrocketed during the coronavirus outbreak as about 90% of Americans are under orders to stay at home. Yuan currently has a net worth of around $US5.5 billion, according to Forbes. Visit Business […]
The videoconferencing service Zoom faces multiple reported security issues as both use and scrutiny increase. In a 48-hour period, reports surfaced that Zoom didn’t use end-to-end encryption for its video meetings and had leaked thousands of email addresses to strangers. Compounding its security woes, the Windows version of Zoom is […]
Enough traders mixed up Zoom Video stock with Zoom Technologies that the Securities and Exchange Commission halted trading of the latter’s shares. The agency cited “concerns about investors confusing this issuer with a similarly-named NASDAQ-listed issuer” in a Thursday statement. Zoom Video shares have soared through 2020 as increased work-from-home […]
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Tango, the multimedia messaging service available for more than 2,000 Android devices, iOS, Windows Phone, and PCs first began as an alternative to Apple’s FaceTime video-chat service.