Polycom has introduced a version of its desktop video collaboration application for Mac OS X, claiming it provides videoconferencing with "seamless interoperability" with its existing Windows application and with the estimated two million standards-based telepresence and videoconferencing systems in use today.
Interarchy - one of the oldest Mac internet applications that are still being developed - is available at an unusually low price for a short time.
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