Panasonic Canada has announced that beginning in late May, Skype video calling will be available on 2010 Panasonic Vierra Cast enabled plasma televisions.
Combined with Panasonic’s TY-CC10W webcam (sold separately), the Skype program will allow Panasonic VT and G Plasma series owners to make video phone calls with a picture that has a 1,280 x 720 resolution at a maximum frame rate of 22fps
Bell Mobility, Rogers Wireless and Telus Mobility announced today that Canadian mobile phone users are one step closer to video calling across networks after the successful completion of two-way mobile video calling trials between carriers.
Bell today announced Video Calling, a new service that lets subscribers on its new HSPA network make and take phone-to-phone video calls with other Bell Mobility customers.
To use video calling, both callers will need to subscribe to the $5 a month service and to have one of two new video calling enabled phones, the LG Xenon or Samsung Omnia II, sold by Bell.