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Skype over Satellite

Some avid mountain climbers decided to do a test drive using Skype over a satellite data connection (RBGAN satellite modem). Since they were charged per megabyte and not per minute they did some rough calculations to see if there were...

Skype API

Skype Andy's blog brought to my attention that the Skype API is out (in beta) VoIP Watch: Skype API Now Out Here's the news from Skype's website: Skype, the Global Internet Telephony Company, today announced the beta of its...

Skype phone

IPMind A representative of IPMind came across my VoIP blog entry "Skype Keynote", saw that I "wished" for "a phone product with Skype technology embedded that DOES NOT REQUIRE a PC to be on to work!" and he posted a...

CuPhone and Skype

CuPhone Personal Phone Gateway (PPG) Andy reminded me of a company that creates a USB portable gateway device that actually won an Internet Telephony Editors' Choice Award in 2000. Well, now they support Skype and in an interesting way....

Skype keynote

I just got out of the Internet Telephony Expo keynote featuring Niklas Zennstrom, CEO from Skype, a real rebel trying to establish a business plan for Skype while at the same time maintaining their loyal and rabid following of fans...

Skype debate

Was reading this debate on Skype: My gripe with the hype around Skype and five good reasons why you shouldn't cancel your other phone services just yet - The Unofficial Apple Weblog - apple.weblogsinc.com I posted some comments there as...

Skype Niklas Zennstrom keynotes Internet Telephony Expo

Greg Galitzine recently blogged the fact that Niklas Zennstrom, CEO and co-founder of Skype, will address the audience at Internet Telephony Conference & EXPO in Los Angeles on October 6. Skype has certainly helped make VoIP mainstream and they have...

Skype down?

Is it just me, or is Skype's website down today? I also had some difficulty initiating a Skype call initially. First major Skype outage perhaps? UPDATE! 12:00pm - Someone posted to my Comments that the DNS entry for Skype was...

Cisco Bigwig Joins Skype Board

I read on The Street.com's website that BusinessWeek has reported that a Cisco Bigwig, namely Mike Volpi, Cisco's former strategy chief, has joined the board at Skype. Skype's P2P VoIP business model doesn't exactly fit into Cisco's VoIP business model....

Skype McDonald's-like VoIP Minutes Counter

Remember before McDonald's changed to a static "Billions and Billions Served", McDonald's billboards would change every couple years and increase in number. "10 Billion Served", "20 Billion Served", "50 Billion Served", etc. etc. Ahhh, those were the days, driving past...

Skype PocketPC client

Andy I knew there were rumors of a Skype client for PocketPCs, but Andy alerted me that Skype launched a VoIP client for PocketPCs today. He also offers some interesting analysis on what this could mean and how it could...

Skype Lauches Apple Mac OS X version

Skype has launched an Apple version of their popular P2P VoIP client. The nine million people using Skype's Internet telephony service will now be able to chat to Mac OS X users. You can download the beta version from Skype's...

Windows XP SP2, Skype and Limiting the number of connections

VoIP Forum and other Technology Forums: Windows XP SP2, Skype, eMule I posted this in the VoIP forums and thought it would be useful to blog it as well: I've noticed some problems with the number of simultaneous connections after...

SkypeOut free calling to PSTN due to network congestion problems

Check out this quote from the About SkypeOut website. "As a result of overwhelming demand and unforeseen call traffic to the regular telephone network, we are unfortunately experiencing technical difficulties which impact call completions and quality in the SkypeOut network....

Skype a security risk?

This article says that the ever-popular Skype has a security risk. Essentially, Dmitry Goroshevsky, founder-CEO of Popular Telephony, which has a server-less peer-to-peer VoIP software called Peerio, stated that Skype is a big security risk for corporate networks. I'll have...

Skype goes Linux

Skype has released a beta version of a Linux version of the popular Skype client. Read the full story here: Globetechnology ...

Skype's Proprietary gamble...

Stuart Henshall has an interesting take on Skype's move to allow PSTN dialing while sticking with a proprietary protocol over using SIP. Check it out: Unbound Spiral: 5 Million Skype Softphones? Also, another blog from Alec Saunders has an interesting...
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