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Microsoft to End Third-Party Skype Tools

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Microsoft is shutting down the desktop programming interface for Skype, effective the end of this year. Microsoft made the decision to kill the desktop API back in July, informing developers of that decision back then. But the shutdown hit the mainstream fan over the weekend, when the following warning began appearing as users log in to Skype. Read the full story here.



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