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 Skype Users Can Now See Each Other While Talking
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Message Text: Santa Cruz Networks launched vSkype Beta, the first in a series of plug-ins enabling IM users to engage in video, voice, and data sharing calls right from their IM client.

With vSkype, Skype users can now see who they are talking to while sharing applications, spreadsheets or photos in real-time. Whether one-to-one, in groups of 10, or in large meetings -- face-to-face is better with vSkype.

vSkype Beta is available at www.vSkype.com and leverages the Skype API. The production version of vSkype will include both P2P and server-based configurations, improved group audio, and tighter integration with the Skype IM. vSkype Beta works on any Windows 2000/XP PC with a 450 Mhz processor or greater running Skype (www.skype.com).
 
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