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Face Time

In investment banking, a slang term for staying at work late but not to do any extra work. An employee puts in face time because a supervisor has not noticed that she does not have enough work to do, but the employee does not want to be caught and assigned another project.
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If it had not been for FaceTime, then we would be having a very different conversation right now.
Connectivity: FaceTime works over cellular connection and Wi-Fi, but struggles on low bandwidth connections.
For example, the word time could refer to a specific o'clock time or to an experience that a participant has had, such as an initial FaceTime call.
FaceTime is an app where users can make video calls over WiFi from their iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, or Mac to someone else.
She and her family traveled back home, and before they returned for first Communion, they participated in a rehearsal via FaceTime.
PMI), managing more than 100 properties with more than 11,000 units in 19 states, has been using FaceTime for several months to improve communications among staff.
FaceTime provides great quality video and voice with a strong connection to the Internet.
Mikey Campbell reports for AppleInsider stated that "With iOS 7, Apple will introduce FaceTime Audio, a first-party voice over IP extension of the company's video calling service that could disrupt the mobile industry by bringing free long distance and international calling to iPhone users around the world.
What about Google Voice, Facetime, iMessage and BB calling services?
One such application is FaceTime - a simple video connection through email on the iPad.
It can be used for hands-free calling through Apple's FaceTime or Skype, and is also perfect for video conference calls.
The original iPad was the only Apple device that did not have a FaceTime application and by introducing this software into the new iPad, Apple has enabled users to make video-calls.