Streamers rejoice: Skype now hides your IP address by default. The move should cut down on game streamers being harassed and DDOSed by folks resolving their Skype address into an IP.
Last year's TMNT movie had so many problems with it. Like hundreds of them, according to Cinema Sins. Many of them involve Skype.
With Xbox One trolling becoming such a thing, you'd think that people populating Call of Duty lobbies would have caught on by now—but sometimes, sheer rage just gets the better of us all.
FaceRig is a piece of software that will use your webcam to track your face (and facial movements) then transform it into something a little (or a lot) less human.
Available now at GameStop locations across the U.S. Nyko's Speaker Stand for the PS Vita adds a little more oomph to the Sony portable's sound, and transforms it into a handy mobile Skype solution.
The voice and video chatting service Skype will be available on PlayStation Vita later today. You'll be able to use the chatting app on both the 3G and WiFi models. [PlayStation Blog]
Along with a series of Sony-built applications for keeping players playing together, the PlayStation Vita will come fully equipped to keep them connected to their favorite social networks. Wow, it's like a mobile phone that plays games!
Rumored by Reuters last night, Microsoft this morning confirmed that they are buying Internet voice talk and video service Skype for $8.5 billion. They also confirmed that the service will "support" devices like the Xbox, Kinect and Windows Phone and that it will be connected to Xbox Live and other Microsoft…
Reuters reports that Microsoft is in talks to buy internet voice communications company Skype for around $8.5 billion. What does that mean to you? Well, you'd presumably kiss Skype on the PSP goodbye. You could also, in a perfect world, expect Skype to hit the 360 via Kinect. [Reuters]
Valve announced a Steam client update today that replaces the service's standard voice chat with SILK, the voice codec developed and used by Skype, ensuring Portal 2 co-op players crystal clear voice chat with which to curse at each other.
Skype is a wonder. It's allows users to connect via the internet phone for free. The mass majority of people in Japan use the computer for Skype, sure. Let's see what numero two choice is.
The PSP has voice-over-IP software Skype, and hey, Skype is technically possible for the DSi. That doesn't mean because it's possible that the DSi is getting Skype.
You can check out the interview live over on the site and even chime in with your own questions. It should start in about 10 minutes or so. See you there... or not!