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Skype Acquires GroupMe Whilst Being Acquired by Microsoft

Gadgehit writes: "Skype has entered into an agreement to acquire the year-old GroupMe business, whilst it itself is being acquired by Microsoft for $8.5 billion. The terms of the agreement were not disclosed, but the amount that Skype is paying for this acquisition is reportedly around $85 million."

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gaffyh4629d ago

They've way over-valued them, I'm sure it was something that Skype could have developed themselves, especially when they had Skypecast and then removed it.

lalalala4628d ago

Where did they analyst get the 85 mil number from? Seems a little far-fetched.

webaddict4628d ago

Haha, such an insestual relationship all these companies have.

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Skype now lets you make 911 calls in the US

It's still limited in scope

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Skype's Meet Now Lets Users To Make A Video Call Without Having A Skype Account

New update lets you have a video call without having a Skype account. You can start a chat through a link and can use it at any time as it does not expire.

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Skype now lets you join video calls without signing up or downloading the app - here’s how it works

With the sudden upswing of video conferencing needs due to working from home, Microsoft has decided to add a new feature to Skype.

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