BY MALLORY SIMON (CNN) -- Can Hewlett-Packard's motion-tracking webcams see black people? It's a question posed on a now-viral YouTube video and the company says it's looking into it. In the video, two co-workers take turns in front of the camera -- the webcam appears to follow Wanda Zamen [WHITE] as she sways in front of the screen and stays still as Desi Cryer[BLACK] moves about. FULL ARTICLE: http://www.cnn.com/2009/TECH/12/22/hp.webcams/index.html The article also contains a link to the original YouTube video and a link to the repeated experiment by Consumer Reports. Why would anyone by a camera device(especially a webcam!!) that they could not use in standard lighting conditions? How come they didn't find out about this during testing? Are they looking for a "whites only" device?