The guys at AndroidPolice have come across a quite serious vulnerability in the Skype for Android app. The hack allows any other application to access a whole lot of personal information like “account balance, full name, date of birth, city/state/country, home phone, office phone, cell phone, email addresses, your webpage, your bio, and more.” That’s a ... Read More »
HTC Thunderbolt users, is your lucky day. Following news that you’re getting Gingerbread soon, we now bring you Skype with Video chat. For those not in the know, the Thunderbolt was supposed to launch with Skype with Video, but the app was yanked at the last minute. None of that matters now, ... Read More »
Skype announces their acquisition of Qik, may soon offer their own video calling service for Android
CES is always filled with surprises, but we were certainly not expecting Skype to announce their acquisition of Qik. As you know, Qik got started as a small start-up which allowed users to simultaneously record and stream video from their mobile handsets. With the release of the Sprint HTC EVO 4G, Qik added real-time video ... Read More »
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Many Android fans in the U.S. have been waiting for Skype since it was a Verizon exclusive, but today it was announced that all phones running Android OS 2.1 or later can grap the app from the Market.
Before you get too excited, be warned that the app comes with some limitations. Most notabe ... Read More »
When Verizon launched Skype Mobile for their Android phones earlier this year, we were under the impression they had locked up a long-term exclusive deal. Skype removed the Skype Lite client from the Android Market and only Verizon customers were allowed to download the full version of their app.
Now we learn that Skype Mobile ... Read More »
Starting today, Verizon customers can download Skype Mobile from the Market.
A first look at Verizon’s upcoming release of Skype Mobile.
Make and receive unlimited free Skype-to-Skype voice calls.
With a good, free VOIP app, is a voice plan really necessary?
Skype mobile on Verizon Wireless changes the game.