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By the mid-2000s, video chats became popular due to a variety of factors, primarily the cost.Hardware, software and the Instant Messaging networks were free or cheap, and more people were able use video chats, particularly the younger generation. Vlogs or Video Logs or Video Blogs became popular after 2005.

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Scientists speculated (including Bell) on how to transmit images as well as sound. Bell to ask him to create a videophone for the Deaf.

AT & T experimented with the video phone in 1927, and developed the 1956 “Picture-Phone” prototype in 1961.

In 1992, AT & T developed the Video Phone 2500 but it was expensive and limited to calling other Video Phone owners.

In the mid-1990s, higher bandwidth ISDN phone lines were available and MCI as well as The British Telecom Presence created videophone devices. In 1994, Connectix developed the first webcam, the Quick Cam, and videoconferencing software was used to conduct videophone calls in the mid-1990s.

In 1996 Panasonic came up with the“the world’s first cordless videophone” used in Japan according to Kyocera VP-210, and in 2003, the Sony Ericsson Z1010 and the NEC e606 with video calling services.

However, the market was not ready to adopt these mobile videophones.

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The Picture-Phone I premiered at the World's Fair in 1964 and due to compatibility issues with the telephone network and high expense, it had limited success.

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