It has been over six months since Microsoft officially became an owner of Skype, one of the biggest communication services in the world. The company has been growing quietly, thanks to its “Skype everywhere” strategy. In April 2012, Skype reached over 40 million concurrent users online, a remarkable achievement for a company that didn’t exist a decade ago. Today, the New York Times published an article that reveals some more data about Skype and outlines where its new owner, Microsoft is planning to take the company.
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