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Kazer, are you using Chrome? Try under IE. I still see the Skype block when using Chrome but not IE. Chrome has a known problem with caching old copies of pages and not refreshing when they're updated.My tech timeline: 1981 - First programmed. 1986 - First modem connection. 1993 - First Internet SLIP account. 2000 - First broadband connection. 2003 - First BlackBerry. 2011 - First Android.
- 02-23-2011, 06:46 AM #9
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- 02-23-2011, 08:29 AM #11
Has any1 tried to contact skype instead of vzw online chat reps or htc?
I wonder if skype can slip us something. Afterall, it's their product.
Verizon is mute.
Htc ceo says shipped.
And yet Bob from wirefly was able to do many videos of the tbolt...though don't bloggers get a chance to review phones about a week before we can even purchase them?
I'm usually envious of the tech bloggers who get to "have" a phone before it's released so that they can review it.
Wouldn't AC get a chance to demo it (not only in CES), including many other blog sites before it's released - especially vzw first 4g phone?
As much as I'm tired of waiting already, I would think that we would see a review by AC like they got to do with the Evo Shift keyboard slider, before it gets released to us.
How does all that work usually?
- 02-23-2011, 08:31 AM #12
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If the Skype is built in, you could have something like a Skype button when you click on a contact in your phone.
So you click on a contact and you would have the option to Call, Message, Email or Skype. I am sure there are other advantages to having it baked in, but this is just the simplest one.
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Ok, so Skype is being removed... but I have to wonder, if there is such an issue with Skype, why was it so talked about at CES? I know that it is wonderful to advertise new and exciting features but if it was to be released on this phone, why wasnt there more
R-n-D done before stating that it would be there? Not only did every "Verizon" tech talk about it, but so did every "HTC" tech including the CEO.. Im just curious is all. I can understand a late launch date to make sure all the bugs are worked out but when the bug is one of the biggest features touted, makes me wonder a bit...
Still hoping it works itself out though, cause I REALLY want this phone lol
- 02-23-2011, 01:14 PM #25