The Chicago-based company’s patent-pending application integrates digitised picture books with webcam communication, allowing adults and children to share stories while seeing and interacting with each other.
Each token features a graphic on the front that encapsulates a specific emotion, and a 6-digit code on the back that, when entered by the recipient on Life Tokens’ website, reveals the identity of the sender along with a personal message.
Not one for letting technological barriers get in the way of his son’s health, an Associate Professor of Computer Science at Wake Forest University named Paul Pauca invented a communication app called Verbal Victor.
Olark is a super easy to use live chat product that helps businesses connect with their customers and sell more online.
Law enforcement agencies don’t flip through old yearbooks when they want information on a suspect anymore—they turn to Facebook and Twitter.
Telephone companies argue that most consumers now check the Internet rather than flip through pages when they want to reach out and touch someone.
When it comes to business communication, Skype is an invaluable tool.
Waiting on hold stinks.
A heaping tablespoon of clear and grammatical expression.
Previously, you could only open a Google Voice account if you received an invitation from a user already participating in the program.