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Skype, the free calling service through Internet and owned by Microsoft, launched a simultaneous translator before the end of this year. In a demonstration at the conference Code, the executive director of the American company, Satya Nadella, unveiled what has ...
Those responsible for Skype announced that the service group video featuring this program ceased to be paid. This means that from now on you can talk remotely with multiple contacts simultaneously both voice as voice and video without paying its ...
The messaging and communication are booming. Proof of this is the constant news about applications messaging gets more users and expands to more countries. A battle in which there are many companies and tools fighting for a place. One of ...
The popular communication tool Skype is a being very much alive. Proof of this is its own evolution since 2008, when it was a tool for video calls to computers connections using P2P (peer to peer or computer to computer). ...
Windows is about to upgrade to version 8.1 and with it will come many new features. The update will arrive next day October 17, almost a year after the release of version 8, which was a big change for the ...
Leave a video message via Skype is now possible thanks to the new functionality that the company has released. After testing for several months, the company offers users the ability to record and send messages to your contacts, be they ...
Skype is updated with new features. Video Messaging service has announced through its official blog the availability of preview Sykpe, the messaging service for Windows, Windows 7 or higher, but the fact is that this same software is available to ...
A few weeks ago, we knew the news that Microsoft was going to close the MSN Messenger service to replace Skype as of March 15, 2013. By now, the company of Redmond has already begun campaigning for several million users ...
The last November the U.S Company Microsoft announced that its iconic instant messaging, MSN Messenger (Live Messenger) service would cease to be part of their template of applications and utilities. Instead, it would be Skype -acquired by the multinational based ...
A few days ago, a slip of the chief marketing officer of Skype, Derek Snyder, allowed us to see first hand the look and feel of the new version of this tool for communication in the impending terminals with Windows ...