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The tablets used by the Jupiter mission look startlingly like iPads; the videophones foretold Skype; and the design of the space helmets, spacesuits and space stations was remarkably prescient.
In April 2013, the student was denied requests for food orders and called his parents through a videophone, the complaint says.
The footage was shot on a videophone that's constantly hovering around the subject, and this juxtaposition of stasis and movement blurs the distinction between action and reflection.
More than a decade before the smartphone was unveiled, Apple shared with the computing magazine Macworld a semi-outlandish design for a videophone-PDA that could exchange data.
With the addition of a Logitech webcam (which is not included), the Revue can turn your television into a giant videophone.
Before the iPhone, Apple envisioned a videophone-PDA that could exchange data called the ____________.
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VIDEOPHONE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of videophone for English Language Learners
: a telephone that can send and receive moving images so that users can see and hear each other
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