Skype for Windows Phone useless On ZDNet, Matthew Miller explains why. “Unlike Android and iOS, Skype needs to be your active app in order to receive calls as there is no background functionality at all in the app. Tango video calling service supports running in the background so if video calling is important to you then try that service out,” he writes.
Has Steve Ballmer fixed Microsoft? On The VAR Guy, the author explores the question. “Sure, serious challenges remain in the smart phone and tablet markets. But Microsoft has serious momentum in the business applications market, and the software giant is hoping Windows 8 potentially addresses the tablet market. Microsoft will certainly pound home that messaging during the upcoming Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference 2012,” he writes.
Adobe Cloud offers leg up over Creative Suite’s price wall On The Register, Gavin Clarke gives the details. “Creative Suite 6 packs 14 applications and four bundles for producing stuff for print and online, while cloud accounts come with 20GB of online storage letting arty types store and synchronise files between different machines,” he writes.