Skype Adds Support For Binary Phone Numbers

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Mitch Frazier is an Associate Editor for Linux Journal.

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All the colour just drained out of life...

Anonymous's picture

This is a pointless page. Pages like this make me want to use Windows.

Boooo. Bad article. Thanks

Anonymous's picture

Boooo. Bad article. Thanks for wasting my time.

Overreaction would be

theillien's picture

Overreaction would be getting PO'd about it. I'm just saying is all.

I'd rather see function

theillien's picture

I'd rather see function equivalent to that found on Mac/Windows rather than geekiness for geekiness' sake.

Overreaction?

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Um, I think this is just a joke. Looks to me like some sort of smart-tag-like thing erroneously recognizing these strings of digits as phone numbers.

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