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Another shot across the bow of landlines: Smartphones can be a little smarter with Skype 2.2 for Windows Mobile. The application works on 120 Windows Mobile devices and offers the same features as the Skype desktop client, along with extras like secure connection support for proxies. Skype says they’ve had 5m downloads of the various betas. The service requires a smartphone with a Wi-Fi connection. A Symbian release is still expected this year. Symbian powers 70 percent of smartphones worldwide, but only a tiny fraction of US smartphones.
Posted by Glennf at December 13, 2006 11:07 AM
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