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Microsoft deal will expand Skype reach

b>SAN FRANCISCO/b>: Imagine using your Xbox and switching from a game to a video chat with a faraway friend holding an iPad. Or going into your office e-mail to invite grandma to a virtual family reunion beamed on TV sets to relatives across the country.


Skype’s guerilla roots

b>NEW YORK/b>: Skype is one of the rare companies that has turned its name into a verb, like Xerox or Google. 'Let's Skype' is a phrase understandable, with slight translation, in much of the world.


Apple says iPhone not tracking users

b>NEW YORK/b>: Apple denied that the iPhone has a privacy problem - and then promised to fix it. It took the technology giant a week to respond to a brouhaha over how the devices log their owners' movements.


Microsoft and Toyota partner on in-car system

b>SAN FRANCISCO:/bMicrosoft Corp and Toyota Motor Corp are partnering to integrate web services with Toyota's vehicles.


Catching up with Twitter’s Biz Stone

b>SAN FRANCISCO/b>: When Twitter turned five years old on March 21, co-founder Isaac 'Biz' Stone was on the road celebrating with some of the popular short messaging service's famous users.


Acer and YTL Comms in joint promotion

b>KUALA LUMPUR:/bTaiwanese PC maker Acer and YTL Communications, which operates the Yes 4G mobile broadband service, have embarked on a partnership.


Dialling in Virtual PABX for businesses

b>PETALING JAYA/b>: Telco Celcom Axiata Bhd has introduced a service that will help businesses answer phone calls when the staff are out of the office.


FCC poised to adopt network neutrality rules

b>WASHINGTON/b>: New rules aimed at prohibiting broadband providers from becoming gatekeepers of Internet traffic now have just enough votes to pass the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).


E-mail secondary as Facebook revamps messaging

b>SAN FRANCISCO/b>: Facebook is betting that one day soon, we'll all be acting like high school students - more texting and instant-messaging, at the expense of e-mail.


Windows Phone 7 a new start for Microsoft

b>SAN FRANCISCO/b>: When it comes to smartphones, Microsoft is itching to get back in the game. The company was sick of watching consumers flock to Apple's iPhone and smartphones running Google's Android software as its own Windows Mobile software floundered.