On this week's World Tech Update: Microsoft's Skype purchase is approved, Playstation Vita will ship later than promised, Nintendo's Wii U won't be much more powerful, and more.
Google finds itself in hot water over Father's Day promotion of its VoIP service in Gmail.
Eight Skype executives have departed the company following Microsoft's $8.5 billion buyout in May, a Skype spokeswoman confirmed on Monday.
Skype has suffered another service outage, and seems to be experiencing more issues since the announcement that it is being acquired by Microsoft.
Who says technology is a popularity contest? You don't need to buy the most famous name in software or hardware to get great tools.
By using Web-based applications and storing your files online, you can work from anywhere, on any device, for next to nothing.
Skype and Google Voice let you make and receive calls at low rates (even for free), and they provide an array of useful extra features.
Skype has launched a fix for their recent glitch. For now though, it's just for Windows.
Skype users around the world are reporting that the service seems to be down, but there is a workaround to get connected with Skype again.