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Skype update adds portrait calling on tablets, other improvements

by: Bams SadewoJanuary 25, 2013
The latest Skype for Android update still forces tablet owners to use the app in landscape mode, but making calls in portrait mode is now supported.
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Skype updates its terms of service, slips in details about Video Messaging

by: Tanay SoodDecember 6, 2012
While not officially announced, a change in Skype's Terms Of Service mentioned an until-now unheard feature called Video Messaging.
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Skype for Android gets a makeover, brings tablet optimization and more

by: Andrew GrushNovember 20, 2012
Skype for Android gets a pretty big makeover today with the introduction of version 3.0. Not only does Skype add a new tablet optimized UI, there is also improved sound quality, Microsoft Account support and much more.
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Skype offering free unlimited “worldwide” calls for a month, sign up today or you’ll be very sorry!

by: AdrianNovember 15, 2012
Although everybody’s go-to VoIP service is already doing the world a huge favor by allowing free Skype-to-Skype calls, a limited-time only special offer promises to let you do even more absolutely free.
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Skype starts selling prepaid cards in UK for as low as £10

by: David GonzalesNovember 5, 2012
Skype users in the UK can now rely on prepaid cards in order to get credits and enjoy many great Skype paid features such as making affordable international calls, sending cheap SMS, and unlimited calls to a country of your choice.a
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Skype has reached 45 million concurrent users and that number is only expected to grow

by: Joe HindyOctober 15, 2012
Skype has had an exciting nine years of life. They've been acquired twice. Once by eBay and once by Microsoft. Even so, the video chatting giant has reached a memorable plateau of 45 million users online at the same time. Despite a lot of competition in the video chatting market, Skype's numbers are trending upward.
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Skype’s new “Opus” audio codec set to deliver CD quality sound over VoIP

by: ŠtefanSeptember 13, 2012
Skype, while not the first voice over IP client, is one of the most widely used. We use it here at Android Authority on a daily basis and we're consistently impressed with the kind of sound quality it delivers. The company thinks it can do better though, so they're introducing a new codec called "Opus".
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Google looking into 3D video conferencing from mobile devices

by: J. Angelo RacomaAugust 20, 2012
The US Patent and Trademark Office has published an application by Google for a stereoscopic setup in a notebook computer (or other mobile device) that enables 3D video conferencing. Other possibilities are likewise explored, such as multi-party sharing of a single notebook for conferencing.
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Viber 2.2 brings group messaging, Jelly Bean not supported

by: Bogdan PetrovanJuly 24, 2012

The popular VoIP and messaging application Viber has received a nice update today, which brings group messaging among other new features, as well as a number of tweaks to the user interface.

Developed by Israeli company Viber Media, the app is a strong competitor to Skype or WhatsApp, and, with the new update, it will also encroach on the territory of established group messaging apps such as Beluga or CloudTalk.

Viber now has over 90 million users across all platforms (Android, iOS, Blackberry, and WP), who make over 1.5 billion of minutes of calls every month and send over 2 billion text messages. These are some impressive numbers for an app that was first [...]

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Microsoft warns users about fake Skype app

by: Gary SimsJuly 19, 2012

A couple of weeks ago Trend Micro spotted a fake version of Skype for offer. Now Microsoft, who own Skype, has published some more details about this malware dressed up as a legitimate app.

How the malware works is like this: once an unsuspecting user installs the app, it sends SMS messages to premium rate numbers without the users’ consent. This costs the user money which goes straight into the malware author’s pockets.

The problem for the victim is that the charges for the premium SMS messages will most likely only be seen once the next bill arrives and long after the app has been uninstalled (as the victim realizes that it isn’t a legit version of [...]

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