Skype says it is currently in the process of "addressing" a "configuration problem" that unceremoniously disconnected a number of users from the popular service.
Oh dear. Skype is down, at least for an awful lot of users around the world.
A monumental problem with Skype's online servers has users reeling in frustration.
Sure, we've all heard the phrase "post-PC" era bandied about over the past few months. But what does it mean, exactly?
The Microsoft-Skype merger is potentially the beginning of the biggest change in technology since the PC. Of course, this is hardly the industry's first attempt to redefine the lucrative space.
Microsoft has acquired Skype for a cool $8.5 billion in cash.
After postponing an initial IPO earlier this year, Skype has attracted new potential partners or buyers such as Facebook, Google, and now… Microsoft?
Australian security outfit Pure Hacking says it's discovered a zero-day bug in Skype that allows hackers to gain control of Mac OS X machines by sending an instant message.
In a rat race to the finish, both Facebook and Google are reportedly thinking about purchasing Skype after the company delayed its initial public offering.
Skype erases security concerns and adds features in one shot.
Skype says it working to protect Android users from a critical security vulnerability.
An eagle-eyed developer has positively identified a critical vulnerability in the Android version of Skype that can be exploited to reveal names, phone numbers and chat logs.
Honoring excellence in the mobile app arts, Angry Birds and Facebook are among the inaugural winners of the so-called Appy Awards.
If the Russian Federal Security Service (FSB) had its way, the agency would ban Skype, Hotmail and Gmail in the former communist country.
When police in Palm Beach hope to make an arrest in DUI cases, they turn to Skype - the popular video calling and chat application.
Campaigning group Privacy International is accusing Skype of putting its users at risk through a series of security holes.
Like all good things, the days of an advertisement-free Skype experience seem destined to end.
Today Skype launched its version 3.0.1 iPhone app, which gives users video calling capabilities on a TV with more devices that support the app.
Skype has added video call support to its iPhone app, allowing users to make video calls over Wifi - and over 3G, which Apple's own Facetime currently doesn't alllow.
A seemingly accidentally leaked document from Skype gave us a lot of interesting information, but none more so than what appears to be a direct confirmation of the iPhone becoming available on Verizon's network.