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An email message with a video clip attached.
- ‘We have video mail from our local correspondent at the scene, our very own Randy Louis.’
- ‘In addition, PhoneFree provides voice mail, video calling, video mail, voice conferencing and file/data transfer at no additional cost.’
- ‘But now the new catalog from the New York video mail order film, Cinema Classics, is listing six of the seven missing ‘Moto’ films.’
- ‘I use email and video mail to connect my students with students all over the world so they can discuss all sorts of things, like clothes, gender roles, diet, music.’
- ‘And then I come to Japan and I find TV tuners and highly designed tiny handsets and second generation video mail.’
- ‘With unified messaging, users can access all forms of messages - voice mail, email, fax, and video mail - from a common mailbox.’
- ‘Passengers can also enjoy networked gaming, send video mail, take classes on computing and software, and rent laptops.’
- ‘The software, which is typically used to funnel downloadable ring tones, games and video mail programs to consumers, breaks ‘new ground,’ said Gina Lombardi.’
- ‘In the near term, we will see the emergence of interactive video mail and more powerful search features.’
- ‘Application requirements for video-on-demand, HDTV, video mail, and electronic security are pushing the envelope on server capacity and transfer rate.’
We take a look at several popular, though confusing, punctuation marks.
From Afghanistan to Zimbabwe, discover surprising and intriguing language facts from around the globe.
The definitions of ‘buddy’ and ‘bro’ in the OED have recently been revised. We explore their history and increase in popularity.