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  • Blog Post: Microsoft Announces Xbox One Live TV Feature

    Today Microsoft unveiled its integration of live TV into its new system the Xbox One. The new system is making it easy to instantly switch between your entertainment. With voice recognition and simple hand gestures, you can switch between live TV, music, music. The best part? The switch is instantaneous... More
  • Blog Post: Group Skype Calling Coming To Xbox One

    Skype connectivity isn't new to gaming consoles, but Microsoft is hoping to make it more of a seamless experience with the Xbox One and Kinect. At the console's reveal today, the publisher showed off how simple it is to chat with a friend while playing a game or doing virtually anything else... More
  • Blog Post: Report: Microsoft To Replace Xbox Live Chat With Skype

    The industry news site Computer and Videogames is reporting that Microsoft intends to replace Xbox Live chat with Skype in an effort to "consolidate all of their communications technology" under one banner. CVG says the information comes from a "a person familiar with the matter."... More
  • Blog Post: Skype Comes To PlayStation Vita

    Skype video calling is now available to download on the PlayStation Vita, Skype announced today. The Skype app is compatible with both the Wi-Fi and 3G/Wi-Fi models. “Our users appreciate being able to access Skype features wherever and whenever they choose,” said Manrique Brenes, senior... More
  • Blog Post: Report: PlayStation Vita To Use Skype

    Microsoft may have just bought Skype , but Kinect might not be the only device using the Internet voice-communication service. Could PlayStation Vita also use Skype? GameGeneration took the above photo showing the Skype logo shown in conjunction with Vita during a Brazilian PlayStation conference. We're... More
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Pays $8.5 Billion For Skype

    Microsoft and Skype Global have announced that the two companies have agreed to a deal that would have Microsoft acquire the Internet communications company for $8.5 billion. With the deal in place, real-time video and voice calling will be supported by the Xbox 360, including the Kinect peripheral.... More
  • Blog Post: Valve Adopting Skype Codec

    Steam will be using the well-regarded SILK codec for voice chat over its popular Steam service, according to a press release sent out this afternoon. This is good news for anyone using Steam's built-in voice communication capabilities. As anyone who has used Skype knows, the sound quality is excellent... More
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