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Windows 7: Skype explains why third-party apps and accessories will die in Dec.

04 Nov 2013   #1
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Skype explains why third-party apps and accessories will die in Dec.

The downside is that accessories and apps using the nine year-old API's features will either lose some functionality or stop working completely.

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 Skype explains why third-party apps and accessories will die in Dec.

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