Zipit Wireless Releases the new Wireless Messenger 2, Google adds twenty languages to the Web-based Google Talk Gadget, social browsing site Me.dium uses Jabber XCP, WebEx launches a new version of MeetMeNow, Akonix announces version 6.2 of Akonix L7 Enterprise, and more. You can read all the news over on InstantMessagingPlanet.
WebEx, which is now part of Cisco, has recently launched a new version of MeetMeNow, its Web meeting service. MeetMeNow integrates data, voice and video so users can launch interactive online meetings from the desktop with Microsoft programs and multiple instant messaging services.
New in this version are personal video conferencing capabilities that enable users to create a face-to-face experience with MeetMeNow’s single-point video panel. Using this option users can broadcast video of the host, or any participant with a compatible webcam. Also new in this version is the ability to iniate one-click Web meetings from within the Microsoft Office productivity suite, including Excel, PowerPoint, and Word. MeetMeNow is priced at $49 per month and a 14-day trial can be obtained from the MeetMeNow Web site.
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By Vangie Beal, December 4, 2007