Skype Blogs

News, stories, and updates from Skype

New Skype Emoticons Rolling Out Today (#skypeemoticons)

Sometimes words cannot describe what someone is saying. Luckily, emoticons, facial expressions formed by combinations of keyboard characters, are the perfect solution for the commonly tongue-tied. Popular since they were first introduced to the internet way back in 1982 [see… Read more

Skype 5.5 for Windows Update

We are pleased to announce that Skype 5.5 for Windows is now available for download. Based on user feedback, we have made some updates from the beta version of Skype 5.5 for Windows, which launched in June, and recommend that… Read more

Explaining the Cross Site Scripting Bug in Skype for Windows [RESOLVED]

Updated July 20, 2011 – This issue is now resolved. Currently, there is a Cross Site Scripting (XSS) bug present in the Skype Home area of the Skype for Windows client. Cross Site Scripting (XSS) is a problem where someone… Read more

Skype is in 'Da House

Being a Member of Congress means juggling a schedule that would be unthinkable for most of us. Members travel back and forth between Washington, D.C. and their home districts several times a month. This travel schedule has become more… Read more

Skype is in 'Da House

Being a Member of Congress means juggling a schedule that would be unthinkable for most of us. Members travel back and forth between Washington, D.C. and their home districts several times a month. This travel schedule has become more… Read more

Skype Gets More Social with Deeper Facebook Integration

We are excited to announce the new Skype 5.5 Beta version for Windows, which enhances the user experience and features new updates to Skype based on user feedback. Skype is also continuing to bring people together whenever they are apart… Read more

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