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Windows users of Skype can now download version 3.0 of the software, but the new features (Public Chat, last.fm integration) aren’t so much with the practical. Put off getting that EVDO card if you’re a Verizon customer in the ten city test market, because you may […]

Windows users of Skype can now download version 3.0 of the software, but the new features (Public Chat, last.fm integration) aren’t so much with the practical.

Put off getting that EVDO card if you’re a Verizon customer in the ten city test market, because you may want to wait for the EVDO Rev. A card required to access the public rollout rumored for Friday. This follow’s Sprint’s launch just yesterday in markets like New York, San Francisco and LA.

And Google goes open source with their Google Web Toolkit. No new features (yet), but this is still good news for developers of free, online apps and the people who love them.

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