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Videoconference and Real-Time File-Sharing From Your iPhone with Fuze Join

Robin Good: Fuze Join is an iPhone app which allows Fuze Meeting enterprise customers to launch video-conferences with up to 12 people directly from their iOS device.  

 

From IntoMobile: "FuzeBox unveiled today an update to the Fuze Join app already available in the App Store that most notably brings multi-party video conferencing to iPhone owners.

 

Fuze Join is geared toward enterprise users who travel but need to communicate with co-workers.

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The group video chat feature looks somewhat similar to a Google+ Hangout.

 

There’s a large view of one video feed at the top above smaller views for other participants, but you can drag and drop to rearrange them any way you want.

 

Up to twelve people can video chat in a single meeting.

 

What makes Fuze Join really stand out for business users is the ability to share files within the session. It supports documents, photos and even video.

 

A good ol’ fashioned text chat feature is included as well.


Free to download but you have to be a FuzeBox member to get any use out of it."

 

Source: http://www.intomobile.com/2012/06/14/fuze-join-enables-multiparty-video-chat-iphone/ ;

 

Free trial available.

 

Premium plans start at $15/mo.
Group video chat start $49/mo.

 

More info: https://www.fuzebox.com/products/fuzemeeting ;

 

http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/fuze-join/id302731408?mt=8&ign-mpt=uo%3D6 


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A Mini-Projector for Your iPhone: The Sanwa 400-PRJ011

Sanwa has recently announced the availability of a slim mini portable projector that works in combination with your iPhone 4 or 4S.

The new Sanwa 400-PRJ011 is powered by its own 2,100mAh battery which happily can also charge your own iPhone battery.

The projector has an autonomy of five hours and can provide 2.5 hours of steady projection.

As you can see from the video, it is capable of projecting still or video images on any flat surface up to a size of 65-inches at 640 × 360 resolution.

Available for now only in Japan.  
¥19,800 ($260)

Source: Engadget 


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