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New Version of Skype Runs on Intel Processors

New Version of Skype Runs on Intel Processors

by , 4:45 PM EDT, May 19th, 2006

Version 1.4.0.49 of the Voice Over IP software Skype has been released. It's a Universal Binary that also offers the ability to display Skype status on the Web and in an e-mail signature. It has also been translated into traditional Chinese.

Skype is free. It requires a G3, G4, G5 or Intel processor, Mac OS X v10.3, 128MB RAM, 20MB free hard drive space, a microphone and an Internet connection with a minimum 33.6Kbps speed.

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