Wednesday, June 18, 2008

Skype's latest puts focus on watching who you call | Technology | Reuters

Another Skype snapshot as it prepares a major client upgrade

Skype lets users make international computer-to-computer calls to other users in most countries for free, and calls from Skype-equipped computers or phones to landlines or cell phones at low rates. Skype generated $382 million in 2007 revenue and Wall Street analysts expect it to top $500 million in 2008.

The five-year-old service counted 309 million registered users as of the end of March, and plays host to 12 million simultaneous users at busy times of day. Its users can send computer instant-messages and text-messages to phones, share big data files or chat via video phone.

Skype's latest puts focus on watching who you call | Technology | Reuters

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