Thursday, August 19, 2004

AppleInsider | First beta of Skype for Mac OS X seeded to testers

AppleInsider | First beta of Skype for Mac OS X seeded to testers "The first external beta version of Skype Technologies' free voice over IP (VoIP) software for Mac OS X has been distributed to a limited number of testers and is expected to reach public beta in the coming months.
A free and simple piece of software from the developers of KaZaA, Skype uses innovative P2P (peer-to-peer) technology that lets users make free calls anywhere in the world to other Skype users.
The software--currently available for both Windows and Linux (Beta)--aims to address all the problems of legacy VoIP solutions such bad sound quality, difficult configuration, and the need for expensive, centralized infrastructure."

Via Bruce Elgort
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