The Softonic Minute: Snapchat, Skype, Microsoft and Call of Duty

The Softonic Minute: Snapchat, Skype, Microsoft and Call of Duty

Snapchat gets text and video calls, Skype makes video calls free, Microsoft patches IE security bug for XP users, and Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare releases a new trailer. Check out this week’s hottest software news in the Softonic Minute.

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Snapchat introduces video calls and chat

Snapchat has announced two new features for its messaging app. As well as photos, you can now text chat and make video calls. Continue reading…

Skype group video calls are finally free

Until now, group video calls on Skype were exclusive to Premium account holders. Now, Microsoft has decided to get rid of the $8.99 monthly subscription fee and make them free for all users. Continue reading…

Microsoft issues emergency Internet Explorer update, even for XP users

Even though Windows XP was discontinued last month, Microsoft is issuing an emergency security patch for its users. The security hole was discovered on Monday, and allows an attacker to run unauthorized code on a user’s machine. Continue reading…

Watch the reveal trailer for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare

The first trailer for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare has been released ahead of the expected November release date. The biggest surprise is a familiar face, none other than Kevin Spacey. Continue reading…

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