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Skype 5.3.0.113

Skype is software for calling other people on their computers or phones. Download Skype and start calling for free all over the world. The calls have excellent sound quality and are highly secure with end-to-end encryption.... More...

Steve Jobs calls Robbie Bach a drunk

Proving once again that the truth is stranger (and more entertaining) than fiction, Steve Jobs himself delivers one of the finest Oh no he didn't moments ever. Apparently riding high on the thrill of introducing... More...

Google calls for web privacy laws

Search site Google has called on governments and business to agree a basic set of global privacy rules. Without global standards the health of the internet was at risk, the firm's privacy chief Peter Fleischer... More...

Sony PSP to offer net calls

Owners of Sony's PlayStation Portable handheld console will soon be able to make voice and video calls over a wireless internet connection using a soon-to be-released camera and microphone. Gamers will be able to call... More...

Man Gets 5,000 Calls for YouTube Posting

Ryan Fitzgerald is unemployed, lives with his father and apparently has enough time for 5,000 people he doesn't know. The 20-year-old Fitzgerald posted a video on YouTube with his cell phone number, after which he... More...

Mobile Calls Put Sperm on Hold

Some men see them as a status symbol, but research has found mobile phones could be destroying that other badge of masculinity - fertility. Men who spent hours talking on their mobile phone had... More...

Skype Offers US Free International Calls

Skype has stepped up its efforts to break into the competitive US VoIP consumer market with the promise of free international calls. The company today offered its US-based users one hour of free international calling... More...

Crank Calls with Motorola

Fairly soon you may be able to crank call (isn't it really called a prank call?) using your Motorola phone, literally. Andre Minoli has created a very unique hand-cranked cell phone to be manufactured by... More...

HP Calls on IBM, Sun to nix OS Licenses

To help nudge Linux and open source software further into the enterprise, a vice president at Hewlett-Packard Co yesterday called on rivals IBM Corp and Sun Microsystems Inc to invalidate their open-source software licenses in... More...

Red Hat Calls for Patent Truce

Red Hat at the LinuxWorld tradeshow has called upon Microsoft to publicly and in writing promise not to use software patents against users and individual developers of open source software. "Let's leave customers... More...

Opera Calls for Consortium on IDN Fix

Opera Software has called on its fellow browser makers and the Internet community as a whole to band together in an effort to fix the security issues related to Internationalized Domain Names. The IDN standard... More...

Gates calls for more software research

Microsoft chairman and chief software architect Bill Gates on Monday called on the academic community to recruit more students into the software field as the company introduced a $1 million fund for university research. ... More...

AT&T Calls Back the Wireless World

Three months after selling its under-performing wireless subsidiary, AT&T has reached a deal to offer AT&T-branded wireless service through Sprint. As a result of the 5-year agreement, AT&T will expand wireless services it is currently... More...

Napster Calls on Linux

In an effort to help its large-scale customers conserve bandwidth and speed up the delivery of online music, Napster is using open standards technology from IBM as part of a cache-management system, the company says.... More...

RIAA calls hacking claim a hoax

Now it's a hoax... :right: Claims that the music industry hired a group of hackers to create a worm to infect peer-to-peer networks are being dismissed by security experts. ... More...

Microsoft calls on CDMA

Microsoft will step up its fight with Nokia on Monday with plans to unveil software that powers cell phones based on Code Division Multiple Access technology. The Redmond, Wash., software giant has... More...

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