Microsoft recently announced that Skype, it’s popular VoIP service will be integrated with Outlook.com, the company’s email platform. But like most things this large in scale, the software titan announced a phased roll out across the world.
And you thought you loved Skype? Just ask Roy Hicks, a 79-year-old man residing in South Africa. There is a fair chance that he loves Microsoft’s VoIP platform more than anyone else in the world. His life
The technology titan has recently launched a special new Skype contest in collaboration with MGOMD, DG MediaMind and Specsavers called ‘Spectacle Wearer of the Year’. This new contest is available for British Skype users who wear glasses.
Microsoft’s famed and famous VoIP platform, Skype, is already available on most of the company’s platforms, including Windows (both desktop and Metro), Windows Phone and Windows RT. Additionally, dedicated versions of the Skype client have been released
Microsoft had rolled out its brand new video messaging option for the standard version of Skype a few days back, and promised to bring the feature to Windows 8 as soon as possible. Well, now the anticipated
Everything that has a beginning has an end. Today marks the day when Microsoft is set to the complete the retirement of its Windows Live Messenger, with the service poised to go dark in just a few
The anticipated feature is finally coming to the company’s flagship email platform. Microsoft showcased the feature to the public last month in a special video. And it will begin integrating Skype video calls in Outlook.com, starting today.
Microsoft’s VoIP platform has seen remarkable growth over the past few years, but the company’s decision to retire the Windows Live Messenger service and migrate users over to Skype has led to the platform getting even more
Patents are a necessary evil. There are some that maintain that patents stifle innovation, while others believe that are indispensable for the technology industry. Regardless of which side they are on, most technology enthusiasts will agree that
Last month (ha) Microsoft released an update to the Skype app for Windows 8. Last month, in this case, means March 30, so not too many days ago for those keeping count. This new update is said