A job listing with Microsoft UK suggests the firm is looking into implement Skype into Xbox 360. Here’s a pull from the listing: “As a member of the Skype Xbox Engineering Team in London, you will have a strong technical background developing client and/or embedded software.” Unfortunately, the job description doesn’t state whether it’s developing a stand-alone Skype client or something more appropriate for the app-filled dashboard. Go have a look. Thanks, Engadget.
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Skype has been updated on Xbox One will Snap functionality. Now, as you play whatever game it is you’re playing, you can chat with friends via Skype while you do whatever it is you are doing. The 53MB update will be applied upon accessing Skype through the dashboard. Thanks, DualShockers.
Skype has been updated today on Xbox One, with new filters and expanded chat logging. The latter allows users to logs the last 1,000 messages instead of just seven days of content. Now you have even more saved information in which to blackmail your friends. The app update also allows users to filters the contact […]