Microsoft announces a new Skype experience – MSPoweruser
Microsoft has announced a new Skype redesign, which includes Beautiful new themes and header colors, a new mobile Skype calling experience, …
Microsoft refuses to let Skype die, introduces another redesign – XDA Developers
Teams may be Microsoft's primary communication platform, but the company is still pushing out a major update to Skype with a whole new look.
Microsoft announces major Skype redesign with more 'delightful and fun' experience
Following the announcement of the Skype TruVoice feature, Microsoft revealed a major redesign for its messenger. Skype now features a new UI with …
Microsoft, Just Bring Back Skype (Premium) – Thurrott.com
So let's stop pretending, Microsoft, and just bring Skype back to Windows. Seriously. Microsoft has had a myopic, Teams-centered view of the world …
Skype gets another redesign that's 'delightful and fun – Windows Central
Microsoft has redesigned Skype for mobile devices. · The app has a new loading experience, new illustrations, and improved options for themes.
Microsoft Releases Major Skype Overhaul – Softpedia News
While the world's leading platforms today are WhatsApp, iMessage, Telegram, and others, Microsoft continues to be very committed to keeping Skype …
Microsoft Rejuvantes Skype by Adding Innovative Personal Voice Video Call Translations
Skype now has a TruVoice integration that provides personal voice translation in real-time. The app is also getting a major redesign.
Skype Now Supports Real-Time Video Call Translations With Your Own Voice
Microsoft has announced a new update to improve real-time translations in Skype. The company released a new AI-powered TruVoice feature that lets …
Skype can now translate your own voice into different languages with AI – Windows Central
For example, in Microsoft's demonstration video below, the original speaker is male while the translated voice is female. The speakers also have …
Australia accuses Apple, Microsoft of not tackling child abuse | Technology – Al Jazeera
… WhatsApp, Microsoft, Skype, Snap and Omegle to provide information about their policies for preventing child exploitation on their services.