SPOTLIGHT: Skype looks to capitalize on wireless at CES

After helping to launch the open access movement in the U.S., Skype is looking to wireless as its next playground for VoIP: "Internet access is rapidly spreading beyond just the home or office computer, and a world increasingly blanketed with wireless connections is giving Skype conversations the freedom to travel almost anywhere," said Gareth O'Loughlin, Skype's general manager of mobile and hardware devices. Article

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