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Google launches new AI-powered meeting room hardware

Google launches new AI-powered meeting room hardware Google today announced the Google Meet Series One, a new video conferencing hardware suite for meeting rooms. Built in collaboration with Lenovo, the Series One uses high-end cameras and microphones and then marries them with Google’s AI smarts thanks to using Google’s own Coral M.2 accelerator modules with […]

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Birmingham-based Help Lightning raises $8 million for its remote training and support tools

Birmingham-based Help Lightning raises million for its remote training and support tools In the four years since Help Lightning first began pitching its services out of its Birmingham, Ala. headquarters, the company has managed to sign up 100 customers including some large Fortune 500 companies like Cox Communications, Siemens, and Boston Scientific. Now, with an […]

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Sidekick embraces remote working with always-on teleconferencing hardware

Sidekick embraces remote working with always-on teleconferencing hardware Those forced to acclimate to remote work understand what a pain it can be. Sure, there are certainly benefits to not having to commute into work each day, but among other things, you lose a lot when you eliminate human interaction. Apps like Zoom and Slack have […]

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3 best practices that will maximize the value of your online events

3 best practices that will maximize the value of your online events Jonathan Greechan Contributor Share on Twitter Jonathan Greechan is co-founder of the world’s largest pre-seed accelerator, Founder Institute, has run over 100 webinars including 100,000+ live attendees, and is one of Meetup’s most active organizers. Around the world, the COVID-19 pandemic is disrupting […]

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New York City bans Zoom in schools citing security concerns

New York City bans Zoom in schools citing security concerns As schools lie empty, students still have to learn. But officials in New York City say schools are not permitted to use Zoom for remote teaching, citing security concerns with the video conferencing service. “Providing a safe and secure remote learning experience for our students […]

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Microsoft Teams is coming to consumers — but Skype is here to stay

Microsoft Teams is coming to consumers — but Skype is here to stay Microsoft today announced that later this year, it will launch what is essentially a consumer version of Teams, its Slack-like text, audio and video chat application. Teams for your personal life, as Microsoft likes to call it, will feature a number of […]

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Flip raises $4M to pounce on the growing sector of employee messaging

Flip raises M to pounce on the growing sector of employee messaging By now we’re all familiar with text messaging groups for multi-person co-ordination. I’ve lost count of how many WhatsApp, Telegram and Facebook messenger groups I’m on! Other apps like Threema have started to be used in a business context and startups like Staffbase […]

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Meet the b2b videoconferencing startup that’s gone crazy for online dating

Meet the b2b videoconferencing startup that’s gone crazy for online dating Founder Andreas Kröpfl has spent almost a decade hard-grafting in the b2b unified communications space, building a videoconferencing business with a patented single-stream system and a claim of no ‘drop-offs’ thanks to “unique low-bandwidth technology”. His Austria-based startup’s current web-based videoconferencing system, eyeson (née […]

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Logitech is reportedly offering $2.2 billion to bring Plantronics headsets into its hardware empire

Logitech is reportedly offering .2 billion to bring Plantronics headsets into its hardware empire Logitech, the manufacturer best known for its computing peripherals like keyboards and web cameras, is in talks to buy Plantronics, a maker of bluetooth-enabled headsets, according to Reuters. The company is reportedly offering as much as $2.2 billion for Plantronics, according to […]

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Apple’s new T2 security chip will prevent hackers from eavesdropping on your microphone

Apple’s new T2 security chip will prevent hackers from eavesdropping on your microphone Apple’s newest MacBooks include a new feature that makes it virtually impossible for hackers or spies to eavesdrop on your microphone. Buried in Apple’s latest range of MacBooks — including the MacBook Pro out earlier this year and the just-announced MacBook Air — […]

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