App to expose cheating partners

Have a doubt that your husband is having an extramarital affair? Get this app and track every detail of his digital life.

Skype to get `real-time` translator by year end

Microsoft has unveiled a "real-time" language translation feature for its internet phone service Skype that will be available later this year.

Russia`s anti terror plan threatens to ban Facebook, Gmail, Skype

Russia`s parliament has reportedly passed legislation that will ban Western technology firms from operating on failure to store data within Russia.

Candidates use `Whatsapp` and `Skype` to woo NRK voters

As the countdown begins for the April 10 Lok Sabha polls, candidates on the campaign trail in Kerala have also turned to advanced chat options like `Whatsapp` and `Skype` to get connected with their voters.

Italian police investigate use of Skype for webcam blackmail

Italian police in Genoa are reportedly investigating into complaints by victims of blackmail who have alleged that perpetrators were using Skype to trap people into online sexual indiscretions and extort money from them.

Microsoft launches Skype with HD video support for globally

Microsoft has reportedly launched Skype for Outlook along with HD video calling for PC users, and improvements to call notifications and support for Safari on Macs.

In distant relationship? Apps bridge gap

Apps help youngters bridge the gap and keep them happy without burning a hole in their pockets.

Skype says user data safe after cyber attack

Internet calling and messaging service Skype said that user data is safe after the Syrian Electronic Army momentarily took control of the company`s Twitter feed and Facebook page.

Syrian Electronic Army hacks Skype`s social media accounts

The Syrian Electronic Army, an amorphous hacker collective that supports Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, claimed credit on Wednesday for hacking into the social media accounts of Internet calling service Skype.

WhatsApp overtakes Facebook as leading mobile messaging service

Undoubtedly, Facebook is the king of social networking space, but when it comes to social messaging on mobiles WhatsApp emerges as the clear winner.

Microsoft appoints Indian-origin Gurdeep Singh Pall as Skype`s corporate VP

Microsoft has reportedly appointed Indian-origin Gurdeep Singh Pall as the corporate vice president for its Skype and Lync communications product.

Now, even Skype investigated for possible NSA links

Instant messaging service, Skype, which was renowned for its anti-surveillance feature, has reportedly come under the privacy scanner for its possible links with the US` National Security Agency, in furnishing user data for surveillance.

Outrage over Skype and WhatsApp ban in Sindh

A number of social media have reportedly expressed concern and outrage over Pakistan government`s alleged ban on online communication networks like Skype, Viber and WhatsApp in Sindh province for three months over terrorism threat.

Skype and WhatsApp to be blocked in Sindh over terrorism fears

Pakistan`s southern Sindh province has reportedly decided to block access to online communication networks including Skype and WhatsApp for three months to curb terrorism.

Pakistani authorities ban Skype, Whatsapp

Authorities in Pakistan`s southern Sindh province on Thursday banned instant messaging and Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP) applications like Skype, Whatsapp, and Viber for three months to facilitate security operations.

Victoria Beckham partners with Skype to tell fashion journey

Victoria Beckham has teamed up with web video chat service Skype to tell her fashion journey in a new format.

Skype under process of developing 3D video calls

Instant messaging and video-calling service Skype is reportedly working on the prospects of 3D video calling.

New software lets Skype users maintain eye contact while chatting

Skype users can now maintain eye contact while chatting - thanks to a new software!

Project Prism and colour Indigo

USA is not new to the controversies related to surveillance of its own citizens as well as its own allies.

Children in poor countries `sexually abused live on web`

The sexual abuse of children in developing countries is increasingly being live-streamed on Internet services, Britain`s online child protection agency warned.