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|19th April 2012, 07:21||#1|
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Microsoft plans to put Skype in browsers
Software giant Microsoft is trying to jack Skype's voice calling functionality under the bonnet of browsers without the need for a standalone client.
Skype has already connected to Facebook to handle its video chat features, although it only works within the social network's walled garden of delights.
The ads' wording suggests Microsoft will use HTML5 to get it to work with its plugin free Windows 8 Metro.
If Redmond can get it to go, it will mean that Skype could be used on Windows 8 tablets through a web app.
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