Perhaps it wasn't intentional, but Microsoft has announced that it is bringing Skype to the Xbox platform.
Microsoft's today - at last - releasing a beta version of Skype for Windows Phone, giving users free audio and video calls over 3G, 4G or Wifi. The full release is due in April.
Cisco's appealed to the EU against its approval of Microsoft's takeover of Skype, saying it's worried the deal will damage the video calling market.
Microsoft's next push to make Windows Phone differentiated and relevant will revolve around deep integration with Skype.
Beginning tomorrow, you'll be able to tap into free WiFi access at major airports across the country, courtesy of Skype.
Sure, we all know that Facebook video calling - launched in July - is powered by Skype. But now you can make a Facebook-to-Facebook video call from within Skype itself.
A glaring security flaw's been uncovered in Skype and other VoIP systems, potentially allowing hackers to access users' identities, locations and even files.
Microsoft has closed the deal to purchase voice-over IP company Skype for a dazzling $8.5 billion.
The Financial Times is reporting that EU competition commissioner Joaquin Almunia has made up his mind on Microsoft's proposed acquisition of Skype - and that he's giving it the go-ahead.
The official Skype for Android app is now compatible with more than a dozen new handsets, making voice and video calling possible for a new slate of Android users.
Digital denizens have apparently kicked off a campaign to spread malware and scareware via automated, unsolicited Skype calls.
While Skype waits for its $8.5 billion acquisition by Microsoft to go through, it's been indulging in a little shopping of its own.
Skype has just pushed out the latest version of its official Android app.
It popped up on the App Store, was quickly taken down, and now it's back up again - Skype for iPad is here.
Skype - inadvertently, it seems - yesterday whetted the appetite of its customers by temporarily releasing the iPad version of its video chat software.
After Google locked businesses out of Google+ (for now), Facebook has strategically launched an online guide describing how corporations can benefit from using the social networking site. Excellent timing if you ask me.
Just days after Google launched its Google+ social project, Facebook may be about to rain on its parade.
Google is giving Skype a run for its money with plans to integrate audio and video chat software directly into its flagship Chrome browser.
Microsoft's acquisition of Skype has been cleared of federal antitrust questions.
Comcast aims to bring Skype to the TV-watching masses.