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Business executives in video conference : Stock Photo
First two-way video telephone developed by New York inventor Herbert Eugene Ives in 1930. Video telephones can be used nationally and internationally between major business centres or on a personal line. The PC version works with similar principles.

Business executives in video conference

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Bruce Ayres
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First two-way video telephone developed by New York inventor Herbert Eugene Ives in 1930. Video telephones can be used nationally and internationally between major business centres or on a personal line. The PC version works with similar principles.
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