Microsoft's Windows Phone officially has its own non-beta version of Skype, but early reviews say the version is still playing catch up with the versions available for the iPhone and Android devices. A big hindrance? You have to have Skype running in the foreground of the phone to make or receive a call. You can, however, search for contacts and make calls to landlines. Microsoft bought Skype last year for $8.5 billion and is still developing plans for how to use it across its software ecosystem. Article

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