Now getting back to my original inspiration what would you bet on?

Regardless of whether it’s Apple, Android, Palm, or RIM, mobile is in and PCs/laptops are going out.

At Qualcomm’s Uplinq conference early in June this year, CEO Paul Jacobs pointed out: For VSee it means knowing that video calling is moving over to mobile.

Both surveys had similar numbers of 23 and 24% for the people who had ever participated in a video call (which means still plenty of room for growth :))What’s really interesting is that the i GR survey also found that 71% think that a smart phone is one of the best devices for video communications with 57% have some kind of interest in being able to video call from something other than a PC. Another problem might be the availability of cross-platform applications.

Even though people might want to go mobile, most video calls are still done via PC, and a review of Facebook’s Skype integration notes “Currently, the limitation with third-party video chat apps like Fring, Qik, and Tango, is that most of them don’t work with PC’s and Mac users, though they’re cross-platform when it comes to mobile.”Btw, if you’re too impatient to wait for the future VSee Mobile :), Tango, Qik, and Facetime are some great video calling tools available for your mobile device now.

The premise of the website is to setup discrete sexual encounters with Facebook friends.

Those friends only know about somebody’s interest when they reciprocate through the app.

An i OS app that is used if you don’t want anyone to know that you downloaded a privacy app.

The icon is disguised as “My Utilities,” so no one will ever guess there are private photos tucked away in your phone.

An app used for inviting a group of friends to a particular place or event.

There have been rumors about the app being connected to sex trafficking, but the makers assure they are not true.

According to a survey conducted last August through September by the Pew Research Center’s Internet and American Project, 6% of all American adults have used their cell phones for a video call or video conference.