A variation of videoconferencing is the desktop videoconference (DTVC): The former provides interaction between groups of people who gather in conference-style settings, while DTVC com-bines personal com- puting with audio, video, and communications technologies to provide real-time interaction from a PC. After sampling the capability of the Toshiba Tecra 740CDT laptop, Stephen H. Wildstrom, writing in the June 2 issue of Business Week, declared "low-cost desktop video is ready to make the ...

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