Royal couple Prince William and Kate have publicized an innovative way that Skype is being used to help youngsters who are homeless get back on their feet. The Duke of Cambridge spoke using a webcam and TV screen to Dylan Howie, 18, and Lyn Buchan, 21, who are turning their lives around in the southern Dutch … Read more
Tony Bates sagt DANKE! Danke, dass ihr Skype zu einem Teil eures Lebens macht – unglaubliche zwei Milliarden Minuten täglich!
Heute gibt es bei uns etwas zu feiern – EUCH! Ihr nämlich verbringt täglich mehr als zwei Milliarden Minuten damit, über Skype miteinander in Kontakt zu bleiben. UNGLAUBLICHE ZWEI MILLIARDEN MINUTEN! Ihr fragt euch, wie viel zwei Milliarden Minuten sind? Also: Read more
In February, Tony Bates, the president of the Skype division for Microsoft, addressed the Lync Conference in San Diego. In his keynote, he reflected on the Skype division’s B2X journey, enabling people to connect wherever they are. Today we’re announcing an important milestone in this mission. This B2X journey is all about removing barriers to … Read more
Group chats are great for keeping everyone updated on the latest goings on. At work I use group chats for everything, from introducing people with a shared interest, to planning where to go for lunch. Skype has a range of options for managing your group chats, here I will give you some advanced tips on … Read more
Do you consider yourself a music, technology, film or education aficionado? If so, you may have heard about South by Southwest, a 26-year old Austin, Texas-based festival event better known simply as “SXSW” to most. Over the years, it has grown to become one of the biggest events to find out about what’s new and … Read more
Teachers, Enter our Santa in the Classroom Contest: Educators Can Win $10,000 in Technology Products and a Call with Santa for Their Classrooms
We are very proud that Skype’s technology helps enable amazing learning experiences for students across the globe. From explorer Mark Wood connecting classrooms in Nepal and Tsunami-damaged Japan for an environmental discussion to students getting a chance to learn from NASA and even surprise video calls from NBA superstar Shaquille O’Neal, Skype in the classroom empowers teachers to bring truly remarkable experiences to their schools. Read more