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Skype video phone on its way for Mac and Linux?

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Skype's new video phone service will very likely be available for Mac and Linux, the company has hinted. We spoke to James Bilefield, the company's vice president of business development, and pumped him for news about the future direction of the company and its products.

"Today video calling is only for Windows, but our strategy in the past has been to roll out on other platforms reasonably soon," said Bilefield. "It depends on feedback and testing - and we have dedicated teams on those platforms."

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