Skype, which recently announced its support for Android and Java handsets, might unveil, during MWC 2009, new versions of its mobile application.
According to Pocket-lint, Skype will be presenting new software “for various operating systems used in the mobile space”.
We’re not sure what this means, but we could see dedicated Skype apps for iPhone, for BlackBerry or even for Palm’s new webOS platform. Moreover, if Windows Mobile 6.5 will be unveiled during MWC 2009, it’s possible for Skype to come up with new (or just updated) software for it too.
It’s said that the eBay-owned company will also announce “partnerships with major handset and mobile technology vendors”. But I guess we’d better wait for MWC 2009 to see what the folks from Skype are exactly up to.
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