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Has the Ojo gone dark once and for all?

Ryan Block, @ryan
02.06.08
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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 remarkably small, and Ojo was never much of a technological eye-catcher, especially considering that monthly service. Ojowners, you having issues? Is this the end of the line for Ojo?

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