Monday, July 4, 2011

Facebook integrate a VCR with Skype service

Mark Zuckerberg, the boss of Facebook, has promised that this week will make an important announcement without disclosing what it is. Techcrunch bet it will be to integrate a Skype video call service. Skype is now owned by Microsoft, which in turn has 1.6% of the social network. This agreement would facilitate the operation to respond to the proposal of a new social network launched by Google last week and said in his news service through video conversation.

The particularity of the proposed new Facebook would operate the service from the browser directly into the pages of the social network after installing a component on the computer. Facebook and Skype are already working. Version 5 of Internet phone service (VoIP) offers direct access to the network and the ability to call free to contact Facebook and SMS broadcast.

Facebook has 750 million members and Skype, 170. It is not the only novelty on which speculates on the announcement of Facebook. Days ago discussed the possibility of an open social network app store and developed in HTML5 would skip the Apple store from their own mobile devices from this manufacturer.

They also discussed the launch of a photo sharing application on the iPhone. Moreover, after news that Zuckerberg is a member of Google +, the social network search engine, it has sent a message to a friend who posts it on Twitter. "Why are people so surprised that you have a Google account +" he commented.

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