Microsoft now lets you use two webcams with Skype | BetaNews
Skype may not rule the roost in the messaging arena, but Microsoft is constantly developing the stalwart app to make it ever more useful.
New Skype Insider build includes TwinCam feature: 2 cameras, 1 person | Windows Central
Get ready for Skype Insider build 8.80. Now you can have two camera feeds per person, with Microsoft saying more new features are on the way.
Activision Deal: Why Is Microsoft Paying $68 Billion for a Games Company? – The Quint
Why Microsoft is paying more for a video game company than it paid for LinkedIn, Skype, Github, and Nokia combined. Viraj Gaur.
Microsoft's $69 Billion Activision Deal Dwarfs Past Acquisitions – Bloomberg.com
Previous large deals include the $8.5 billion acquisition of Skype Inc. in 2011, as well as the $7.5 billion purchase of GitHub Inc. in 2018. Buying …
Billion Dollar Buyouts: Microsoft's 12 Biggest Business Acquisitions – ValueWalk
… Microsoft forked out a staggering $8.5bn to have Skype's … as for Skype's huge audience and its peer-to-peer video chat.
Aidentified Appoints Silicon Valley Tech Veteran Elisa Steele to Board of Directors – Yahoo Finance
Steele – a seasoned tech industry leader has led software companies as CEO; held C-level roles at companies including Microsoft, Skype and Yahoo!
Gamers React to Microsoft Buying Activision Blizzard | Den of Geek
The internet reacts to Microsoft's stunning acquisition of Activision Blizzard … Photo: Activision Blizzard/Microsoft … Skype: $8.5 billion
Microsoft Teams gets its own YouTube channel – OnMSFT.com
Microsoft today launched an official YouTube channel dedicated to promoting its Microsoft Teams communications service and educating users on how …
Microsoft to Buy Activision Blizzard for $68.7 Billion — Biggest Acquisition Yet – Social Barrel
November 25, 2020. In “Technology News”. Microsoft Buys Skype for $8.5 Bn.
Over The Top (Ott) Media Delivery Services Market Recent Developments, Emerging Trends …
Top Companies in the Over The Top (Ott) Media Delivery Services Market- Tencent Holdings, WeChat (Weixin), Skype, Microsoft, Viber, Google, …