by Stephen Schenck | November 20, 2012 4:14 PM
November has been a busy month for Skype so far. A week ago, we saw the iOS edition of the app get updated to support the iPhone 5's new widescreen aspect ratio, and just before that we got news that a preview release was available for Windows Phone 8 users. Skype continues along those lines today, announcing the arrival of Skype 3.0 for Android, with a whole bunch of changes and improvements. First off, you should be able to enjoy some noticeable improvements in audio quality thanks to the implementation of the wideband SILK audio codec. While Skype always sounded just fine, SILK really ...
by Jaime Rivera | November 6, 2012 7:00 PM
Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we go through HTC and Verizon's press invite for an event in New York that we already speculate is for the launch of the much-anticipated Droid DNA. Then we go through Amazon's latest move to compete with Netflix and Hulu+ at a more aggressive price point with Amazon Prime. Then we go through AT&T's confirmed prices for Windows Phone 8 device this holiday season, which comes to the pleasant surprise of many of us in cases like the Nokia Lumia 920. Then we talk about the death of Microsoft's Windows Live Messenger and their migration to Skype. We end ...
by Michael Fisher | September 12, 2012 12:42 PM
A few months back, I wrote an installment of the Brutally Honest Question Corner dealing with the decline of the phone call, entitled "Why Are You Calling Me?" In it, I made the point that the increasing prevalence of email, SMS, and instant messaging in the mobile world is rapidly rendering voice calls a second-class communications medium. But though it may be in regression, the humble phone call remains a venerable institution. The same can't be said for its more futuristic, arguably more useful companion, the video call. If you're around my age, and were raised on a steady diet of ...
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