Despite concerns that an Italian company's filing might block--or at least hold up--the European Union's approval of Microsoft's (Nasdaq: MSFT) $8.5 billion acquisition of VoIP provider Skype, it now
Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) said it is speeding up its rollout of the Windows Phone 7 update known as Mango. Citing successful updates in every country, carrier and for nearly every Windows Phone model,
Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT) has had, for lack of a better word, a dodgy relationship with European regulators who have at times bristled at the brashness--and the overwhelming ubiquity--of the
Microsoft's (NASDAQ: MSFT) long-awaited Mango update for the Windows Phone 7 OS has finally begun. The software giant announced that it is officially rolling out Windows Phone 7.5, otherwise known as
With an increasing array of group messaging options available, VoIP provider Skype last week started hyping its own offering--GroupMe, which it acquired for $85 million in August-to existing and new
HTC has introduced two smartphones based on Microsoft's (NASDAQ: MSFT) Windows Phone 7 Mango update--which features a number of updates for enterprise users. While Nokia (NYSE: NOK) and Microsoft
Business adoption of videoconferencing is forecast to dramatically increase in coming years as everything from home-based businesses to enterprises look to reduce costs by containing travel expenses.
Skype has launched a third-party applications directory, and while it should not be confused with the type of virtual big-box app store that Apple (Nasdaq:AAPL) and others have, the endeavor likely
Guest post by Chris Hazelton and Vishal Jain As the enterprise moves to adopt more third-party and internally developed mobile applications, integrated messaging applications on mobile devices
Skype has entered a definitive agreement to purchase group messaging solutions startup GroupMe, a move that significantly expands the Internet telephony services provider's mobile services portfolio.