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How To Make Skype Calls Via Your Browser

Learn how to make a Skype call from Outlook.com in just a few simple steps. Because some moments are just right for Skype. Set up a couple of simple things and you could soon be bringing all your friends into Outlook with one click.Show More Summary

Skype for Outlook.com is now available worldwide

2 months agoTechnology / Gadgets : Engadget

You no longer have to live in one of a few fortunate countries to make a Skype call while checking your Outlook.com email: as of today, Skype for Outlook.com is available worldwide. All you need now is to download a browser plugin and link your Skype...

Skype pulls Click to Call plugin for Safari due to issues with OS X Mavericks, says it is working on a fix

Skype today announced it has temporarily pulled the Skype Click to Call plugin for Safari. The company said it is “no longer compatible with the Safari (Mac) browser” due to... Keep reading ?

Podcast #182 – Michael Grogan & Dr. Brenda Dmallo, Lean Healthcare in Africa

Please upgrade your browser MP3 File (run time 36:24) Joining me for episode #182 are Michael Grogan and Dr. Brenda Dmello, joining me via Skype from Tanzania where they are working together to use Lean to improve health care at the Comprehensive Community Based Rehabilitation in Tanzania (CCBRT). Michael is Irish born and left his career in the United […]

Spreecast: One on One Video Chats Right in Your Web Browser

A new video chat platform allows you to create one on one video chats, video conferences or large scale webinars for free – and potentially profit from them too. Spreecast, now in its beta launch, isn’t just some Skype, Google Hangout or GoToMeeting knockoff. Show More Summary

Overwolf Adds Skype, Facebook, YouTube, and More to Your Favorite Games

Windows: If you've ever played a full-screen game and wished you could open a browser or respond to an IM without tabbing out, Overwolf is the utility for you. The app adds useful tools so you can look up strategies, chat with friends, control your music, and more, all without leaving the game. Read more...

Microsoft has begun rolling out a new feature in Outlook that allows you to make Skype calls right i

Microsoft has begun rolling out a new feature in Outlook that allows you to make Skype calls right in your browser. It's starting in the UK today and rolling out to the US over the next month. Check out the Skype blog for more info. Read more...

Microsoft to let you Skype directly from the browser, WhatsApp to introduce Push-to-talk function?

Microsoft – which bought Skype back in 2011 – is starting to rollout the ability to make Skype audio and video calls from within an email thread on outlook.com … With the preview version of Skype for Outlook.com you can enjoy Skype video and audio calls right from your inbox — less typing, more talking! [...]

Microsoft previews Skype for Outlook.com

Microsoft is rolling out a preview version of Skype for Outlook.com, allowing users to make calls and send instant messages from within the webmail service using a browser plugin. The preview is available to U.K. customers users and is coming to the U.S. Show More Summary

Mozilla Blends Social API, WebRTC for More Social Apps

Mozilla's latest effort to bring the social web to Firefox taps the company's fledgling Social API to create a demo that puts real-time video calls, files sharing and chat right in the browser. It's one part Skype, one part Facebook and all parts open web.

Microsoft’s WebRTC bet will take Skype everywhere a browser can be found

According to a report on GigaOm that leans on postings for Microsoft positions, the company intends to use the WebRTC technology to take Skype into the browser. WebRTC is a critical...

Scoop: Microsoft bets on WebRTC for Skype’s browser future

2 years agoTechnology : GigaOM

Skype is taking first steps towards a browser-based future, and key to these efforts is a technology originally open sourced by Google: WebRTC could allow Skype to run video chats int he browser without any plugins, and finally make the company open up its walled garden.

Skype for Browsers Shows Microsoft’s Love for HTML5

Some recent job openings posted by Microsoft hint that the software giant is working on a new HTML5 version of Skype to run in web browsers. Microsoft has put up several job postings on its website, looking to hire developers … Continue reading ? Skype for Browsers Shows Microsoft’s Love for HTML5 is a post from: SiliconANGLE We're now available on the Kindle! Subscribe today.

Microsoft Job Posting Points To Skype For Browsers Implementation

With software developers moving more of their platforms online and into the cloud it was only a matter of time before regular apps were converted en mass and that looks to be the goal for Microsoft’s Skype platform. The tech giant on Monday posted a job advert on its official careers website which seeks developers [...]Show More Summary

Microsoft Wants to Put Skype in Your Web Browser

Microsoft is looking for developers to help it build a "Skype for Browsers." Think Facebook video chats without the need for Facebook.

Microsoft working on web-based Skype for Browsers

2 years agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gearlog

Google might be doing everything it can to turn Chrome into a full-fledged Skype competitor, but it looks like Microsoft has been planning to challenge them in the cloud all along. Based on what the Skype team is searching for in a handful of new job ads, Skype will soon offer a cross-platform communication experience [...]

Microsoft Job Postings Reveal “Skype For Browsers” Project

2 years agoTechnology : TechCrunch

A series of job postings from Microsoft hint at - well, actually they come out and state that - Microsoft intends to bring Skype to the web browser. The posts, which describe positions for software development engineers, mention that...Show More Summary

Microsoft job ads reveal HTML5 version of Skype coming to Web browsers

Microsoft is working on a new version of Skype to run in Web browsers, and is hiring developers to build it. At least four job ads describe a "Skype for Browsers" project and show that Microsoft is looking for software engineers in London...Show More Summary

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