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Well, this answers that. Back in early 2008, we wondered whether or not Ojo had gone dark once and for all, but it seems as if the video calling outfit has been brought back from the grave... for no apparent reason. The Ojo Vision Digital Video Phone is now on sale through the company's revived webs

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We don't have one with which to confirm, but we've heard that Worldgate, which took over Ojo from Motorola a ways back, has finally disconnected service. This after a report yesterday that the company was well on the road to bankruptcy. Surprising? Not so much, the grandma-videocalling market is re

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Just in case you were losing faith in WorldGate's ability to build back steam behind the trusty Ojo, we've got some positive news. The Ojo Shadow video phone will soon be loosed on the US market through a slightly unorthodox venue, as the Home Shopping Network snags the exclusive first launch privi

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Ojo was showing off its latest device -- a travel version of the Ojo Video Phone -- and we had a chance to catch it in action. This was a prototype, but they do plan to have it to market by the middle of the year. The device is compatible with other Ojo Video phones like the Shadow and will retail f

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At CES this week WorldGate Communications, a former partner of Motorola, unveiled its third Ojo video phone which they're calling the Travel Ojo. Unsurprisingly, they're pitching this model as a travel device -- the clue's in the name -- by packaging it up in a luggage friendly flip-phone style case

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