Want to try a new way of video chat without the pain of downloading an app or signing up for an account? Try webRTC.
Microsoft flips the switch on its conversation translation tech, though it's invite-only for now.
Lync integration is the biggest improvement, along with touch enabling and a new compact view that helps you use your screen space more efficiently.
During its launch this week, Wire promised a Skype built with today's technologies. But when it comes to use privacy the new service doesn't appear to be that different than other platforms that came before it.
You can finally keep the conversation going while switching over to another app.
Attitudes to standards in web browsers will dictate what you'll be able to do on your device
Pretty soon you'll be able to use Skype in three different places on Windows: the desktop, the modern UI, and your favorite browser.
Microsoft is cutting deep into the prices of its subscription services for the holidays with the $199 Work & Play Bundle.
As promised, Microsoft merges its Skype videoconferencing technology with Lync, resulting in the new Skype for Business.
If you're excited about trying out Skype's new translation feature, sign up now and you might get access before the end of the year.