Definition of conferencing
: the holding of conferences especially by means of an electronic communications system computer conferencing
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The rumor comes after Amazon in February launched an enterprise video conferencing service dubbed Chime.
Amazon debuted its Chime video conferencing service in February while Google overhauled its Hangouts video and chatting service in May to specifically target business clients.
The U-Dub researchers say the innovation could be used for various virtual-reality purposes and to improve video conferencing.
Instead of attending, the team will be video conferencing in while their robot competes against 163 other inventions.
Better than video conferencingA growing number of university professors are using interactive robots in their classrooms to help students who have to miss class.
Video conferencing was enabled between the conference room and another at the MTA's downtown operations center near Lexington Market for officials to share updates.
The company's cloud-hosting unit, Amazon Web Services, in February unveiled a paid-for video and audio conferencing service — Amazon Chime — that lets users chat and share content.
The second FBI team did not meet with the first team or discuss its work, and a shipwide ban on Skype and video-conferencing took effect, FBI counterterrorism official C. Bryan Paarmann testified.
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