Skype Blogs

News, stories, and updates from Skype

Iowa Governor pioneers statewide "Skype Your School!" program

Iowa is better known for being the core of the traditional "American Heartland" than it is for pushing the frontiers of digital technology. But Governor Terry Branstad and Lieutenant Governor Kim Reynolds do not believe that those designations are mutually… Read more

昂山素姬透過Skype分享好消息!

作為其中一名最為人所知的政治異見人士,昂山素姬被軟禁在祖國緬甸達十五年之久。自2010年獲釋後,她一直忙於與各地的支持者交流。不過,素姬的護照早在24年前已被吊銷,故她過去二十多年來從來未踏出緬甸國土半步。 然而這並未能阻礙她與各地人民進行 Read more

Aung San Suu Kyi Shares Good News via Skype

Arguably the world's best-known political dissident, Aung San Suu Kyi spent 15 years under house arrest in her native Myanmar (Burma). After her release in 2010, she maintained a busy schedule of speaking to various heads of state and her many supporters around the globe. Read more

U.S. State Department Connects Families via Skype During "Diplomacy at Home for the Holidays" Event

In order to brighten the spirit of the holidays, Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton hosts an annual "Diplomacy at Home for the Holidays" event honoring the service, dedication and sacrifice of U.S. government employees and their families who are separated… Read more

Political Candidates are Making Skype Part of their Victory Plan

When it comes to political campaigns, candidates do a lot of talking, but do not always make meaningful connections with voters. While we are still gearing up for the 2012 US Presidential and Congressional elections, many state and local voters… Read more