1. froggyboy604

    Microsoft bans nudity, swearing in Skype, emails, Office 365 docs

    Microsoft has advised customers that offensive language on Skype, in an email, or in an Office 365 Word document is a potentially account-closing offense under its updated terms of use. The tweaked services agreement, which comes into effect on May 1, 2018, now includes the...
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    Microsoft’s Bans Offensive Language On Xbox Live, Skype

    t seems that the next time you use Microsoft’s Xbox Live or Skype services, you’ll want to make sure you check what you say because in an updated policy (via MobileSyrup), it looks like Microsoft wants to cut down on users using offensive language where if a user is caught doing that, they might...
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    Skype For Windows Phone 8 And 8.1 Will Stop Working Early Next Year

    Just last month, Microsoft confirmed that it’s going to drop Skype support for Windows Phone 8, 8.1 as well as Android devices powered by version 4.0.3 and below. Even though support will no longer be available on these versions of Windows Phone, Microsoft has revealed till when the apps will...
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    Microsoft is dropping its Skype app for TV

    Microsoft has confirmed plans to kill its Skype application for TV later this year. While the company defends the app’s “great calling experience,” it explains it is dropping it to focus its efforts in other areas. Skype has been available on a wide range of TVs from Samsung, Sony, Sharp, LG...
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    Linux users campaign after Microsoft 'neglects' Skype with a week of downtime

    HACKED OFF Linux users have started a campaign to get Microsoft to fix the Skype VoIP platform which they claim has been in decline for some time. The open letter to Microsoft said: "It was a shitty move to not update the client for three years, which resulted in this, mostly. It was annoying...