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I Didn’t Want to Love Zooming on My Facebook Portal—but I Do

Le Oct 26, 2020
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Stop trying to duct-tape a ring light to your laptop, and get yourself a dedicated videophone.

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Le Oct 26, 2020
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When the Portal first came out, the idea of a device dedicated solely to video calling was a little suspect. Now? It makes as much sense as owning a refrigerator or a stove https://t.co/0EoW6fyHG1
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I Didn’t Want to Love Zooming on My Facebook Portal—but I Do

I Didn’t Want to Love Zooming on My Facebook Portal—but I Do

Stop trying to duct-tape a ring light to your laptop, and get yourself a dedicated videophone.

Facebook built Portal for friends to connect, but it has more to offer businesses

Facebook built Portal for friends to connect, but it has more to offer businesses

You may not be ready to have Facebook in your home, but what about work?

Zoom explained: Understanding (and using) the popular video chat app

Zoom explained: Understanding (and using) the popular video chat app

Here’s a look at where the Zoom meeting app came from, what it does and how to use it.

The Big Problem With Facebook’s Portal Devices Has Nothing to Do With How Great They Are

The Big Problem With Facebook’s Portal Devices Has Nothing to Do With How Great They Are

Are you ready to let Facebook put a connected camera into your home?

Facebook Portal isn’t listening to your calls, but may track data

Facebook Portal isn’t listening to your calls, but may track data

When the initial buzz of Portal finally dies down, it’s the timing that will be remembered most. There’s never a great time for a company like Facebook to launch a product like Portal, but ...

The Portal TV can track every move, but Facebook swears stalking isn’t the goal

The Portal TV can track every move, but Facebook swears stalking isn’t the goal

Against the backdrop of a newly renovated historic San Francisco Victorian home, Facebook is showing off its latest consumer technologies powered by A.I. The company unveiled its new Portal ...

Facebook is bringing Portal video chat devices to the office, taking on Zoom and Skype

Facebook is bringing Portal video chat devices to the office, taking on Zoom and Skype

Facebook said that its Workplace service for businesses will now work on Portal video chat devices.

5 ways to make living online just a little bit more bearable

5 ways to make living online just a little bit more bearable

Create a healthy separation between work and non-work hours to avoid burnout, and keep your living space organized to minimize distractions.

The Best Team Video Calling Apps and Their Use Cases

The Best Team Video Calling Apps and Their Use Cases

Video calling apps are a great tool for your team collaboration for many reasons. Read on to learn unique ways you can use it in your every day life!

Lights! Camera! Meeting! Videoconferencing Gets a Makeover

Lights! Camera! Meeting! Videoconferencing Gets a Makeover

Companies like Zoom and Microsoft are trying to make the remote connections more real—and fun. Trouble is, humans are awkward.

What comes after Zoom fatigue

What comes after Zoom fatigue

It looks like we’re stuck with video chat. Is that such a bad thing?

Privacy Tech-Know blog: Videoconferencing – Maintain your physical distance, but keep your personal information close

Privacy Tech-Know blog: Videoconferencing – Maintain your physical distance, but keep your personal information close

Privacy tips for using videoconferencing services Follow news stories about your videoconferencing service of choice. Numerous reputable websites and sources publish stories related to ...

How to navigate data protection issues while video conferencing

How to navigate data protection issues while video conferencing

The team at William Fry discusses the data protection issues involved in video conferencing and how businesses and individuals can stay secure.