Recode, the popular home for technology news, is now hosting a new video chat site called Videochat.

The site is called “videochat.com” and it lets users create video chats, post videos, and chat with other users without the need for an account or a YouTube account.

The company said it is making this a new way for its users to interact with the tech community, and it is hoping to offer free video chats for all users in the future.

The company said that the site has “over 30 million active users,” and that the amount of people that have joined the service so far is around one million.

Videochat, which is also known as video.chat.google.com, will have its first video chat feature announced on Monday.

The startup plans to launch the video chat service on the Google Home device, which will let users chat and record videos on its home screen.

The service will be free for the first 30 days.

Google announced earlier this month that it had bought a majority stake in Videochat to help it develop the video chatting service.

At the time, the company said the service will allow users to share videos, audio, and photos with other people on Google’s YouTube, Google+, and Android channels, among other services.

Google previously said it would launch a video chat app for Google Home in the coming months.

Google Home was the first of its kind that would allow its users access to the Google Assistant, Google’s voice assistant, and other Google services.

With the acquisition, Google is making video chat a more prominent part of its home automation services, which are also becoming increasingly popular in the homes of its users.

In December, Google added a feature that lets users set up a video chats to let others join them.

In a blog post announcing the deal, Google said that it would “continue to invest in video chat services, including Videochat.”

“With this acquisition, we will continue to invest into video chat and continue to bring more innovative features to our home automation platform,” the company added.