>Skype Video on Apple Devices

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“The latest version of Skype’s app lets users of the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch make video calls, which will expand mobile videoconferencing globally—and strain network capacities”.

Skype Technology SA, the biggest provider of international calls, introduced video calling for Apple Inc.’s wireless devices, a move that may broaden the appeal of mobile videoconferencing.The newest version of Skype’s application lets users of the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch make or receive video calls via 3G or Wi-Fi connections, the company said today in a statement.The company had previously offered its free mobile video-call app only for Nokia Oyj’s N900 smartphone. Luxembourg-based Skype is seeking to increase the number of subscribers who may eventually buy its premium services. The new app will compete with existing iPhone and iPod calling services offered by Apple, Fringland Ltd. and Tango.

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