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Skype for Windows Phone Beta comes with features one might expect, including free audio and video calls to other Skype users over 3G, 4G, or Wi-Fi, as well as the ability to call landlines or mobile phones for a fee.
Skype 4.0 brings us bigger and better video calls and higher call quality, but some changes leave international VoIP callers cold.
It's now possible to make free Skype calls worldwide, thanks to a new plug-in from Microsoft.
Next time you set your dinner table, save a seat for your computer. A new project called the "Virtual Dinner Guest" connects families across the world via Skype to discuss the news of the day. CNET's Kara Tsuboi joins a Northern California family who is breaking bread with new friends in Egypt.
Learning a musical instrument is never easy. Finding a teacher you can groove with is sometimes even harder. Now, thanks to technology, that special instructor can live several time zones -- or continents -- away and still deliver a quality lesson. CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports on this growing trend.
At CES 2010, LG's CTO Woo Paik shows off Skype on LG TVs. Video calling will be available on LG Internet-connected TVs with a Webcam add-on. Also, LG shows off its upcoming line of ultrathin LED TVs, including a super slim model that is 6.9 millimeters thick.
A new beta download from Skype lets you and a friend see each other's computer screens while you talk and chat.
Skype goes unlimited. See where you can call for a flat fee. AT&T and Cisco collaborate on collaboration tools. See how the networking giant and telecom titan are teaming up. Plus, Manchester police team up with Facebook to catch criminals. Find out how social networks are stopping the bad guys.
Skype for Pocket PC Version 1.0 promises to bring Internet telephony to Wi-Fi enabled PDA devices using the Pocket PC operating system. CNET's Rafe Needleman gets a demonstration from Skype product manager Eileen Broch at DemoMobile in La Jolla, Calif. \r\n\r\n \r\n
At CES 2007 in Las Vegas, ZDNet Executive Editor David Berlind demos the new GE DECT 6.0 Skype phone. The dual purpose phone works over a 1.9 Ghz radio frequency and does not require a PC to make calls. It costs $170.