26 May '11, 11pm

Skype scrambles after service trouble: SAN FRANCISCO - SKYPE on Thursday was scrambling to fix a problem that ca...

Skype scrambles after service trouble: SAN FRANCISCO - SKYPE on Thursday was scrambling to fix a problem that ca...

Skype on Thursday was scrambling to fix a problem that caused the globally popular Internet telephone service to be inaccessible for a 'small number' of users. -- PHOTO: AP SAN FRANCISCO - SKYPE on Thursday was scrambling to fix a problem that caused the globally popular Internet telephone service to be inaccessible for a 'small number' of users. 'A small number of you may have had problems signing in to Skype,' Skype engineer Peter Parkes said in an update at the Luxembourg-based firm's blog. 'This predominantly affects people using Skype for Windows,' he continued. 'We have identified the problem and will issue a fix in the next few hours.' His message included step-by-step instructions for Skype users to correct the problem on computers powered by Windows, Linux, or Macintosh operating systems. Skype spokesman Chaim Haas said that while some users had trouble signing in...

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theonlinecitizen.com 27 May '11, 2am

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