Only a third of boys use video chat while 42% of girls said they have video chatted.
Maybe unsurprisingly, those teens who use the Internet more frequently also use video chats more often than their peers who only go online a few times per week.
(CNN) -- With the recent popularity of video chat, Verizon Wireless may want to change its slogan to: Can you see me now? internet users have used a video-chat service, such as Skype, Google Talk or i Chat.
Nearly one-fifth of American adults have used video-calling features on their computers or cell phones, according to a report by the Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project. Unfortunately for Verizon, much of the hype surrounding video chat in the last few months can be attributed to the success of Apple's i Phone 4, exclusively available on rival network AT&T.
Direct messaging is one of the main features of this app.
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While Apple hasn’t sorted out a group function for Face Time and Google’s Hangouts hold court as the desktop preference for group chatters, Facebook has integrated group video chat into its mobile Messenger app, and Fam’s claim to instant fame is that it can host group chats directly within i Message.
Almost a fifth of American adults – 19% – have tried video calling either online or via their cell phones.
Won’t leaps and bounds in virtual reality make group video chat seem hopelessly 1.0?
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