Thanks to a diligent family and care home staff, Olive, a 94-year-old resident at Popham Court in Wellington, was able to experience her grandson's big day on a Skype video call.
Your stories are what bring Skype to life. Read about the amazing ways people use our technology.
Somerset Care sought insight into how technology and social media could be used in care. They found Skype to be a favorite among their residents—even those who had never before used social media or a...
Just a few years after trying out his first mushroom kit, Te'Lario Watkins II and his family run Tiger Mushroom Farms. Skype helps keep him in touch with mentors who advise and inspire him.
Committed to serve overseas for three years, Elizabeth Harter uses Skype to keep in touch with friends and family.
Skype Interviews helps tech firms and recruitment companies perform coding interviews.
For Alayna Frankenberry, an inbound marketing manager, Skype has become the communications tool of choice—both at work and when away.
Todd Crandell has a powerful message for anyone struggling with addiction. Skype helps him get that message out.
A growing network of professional consumers use Skype as an integral tool to supercharge their homegrown businesses.
Sean Douglas, a U.S. Air Force veteran, has many talents. See how Skype has inspired and empowered him on his journey.
Jennifer McDermott and her pug Frank kept in touch via Skype following her move from Sydney, Australia, to the Big Apple—New York City.
A long-time Skype user from Australia reached out to us with a story of how speech therapy via Skype has been helping his son.
Sandeep Ranade, a software engineer and Hindustani classical vocalist, uses Skype to teach his students "the yoga of sound."
This post is brought to you by our PR intern Emma Ryan. Emma recently left her hometown of Dublin, Ireland, to join our team in London—leaving behind her human and canine families. Nobody told me moving away would be easy, but I didn’t think the family members I would miss most would have four legs and a fluffy tail. Skype has helped me stay connected to ...
Skype was developed in 2003 to help people stay together, no matter where in the world they happen to be. Since launch, we’ve discovered many weird, wonderful and original ways that people use video calling. From pet sitting to interior design. From working out to personal stylist advice—people really do use Skype in the most creative ways. Recently, we came across the The David Nott Foundation, ...
With modern technology allowing us to connect in ways we never thought possible, tracking our fitness goals and finding creative ways to stay active has become easier than ever. Personal trainer and cover model Lonan O’Herlihy, aka The Posh PT, has taken this to a whole other level, and found a unique way to run his fitness business while traveling the world. Between time constraints ...