Microsoft will keep classic Skype alive ‘for some time’ after user backlash

Microsoft will keep classic Skype alive ‘for some time’ after user backlash

Last month, Microsoft announced it would be shutting down the desktop version of Skype 7.0, otherwise known as classic Skype, in September and transitioning users and businesses to the redesigned Skype 8.0. Following what the company describes as “customer feedback,” classic Skype will be sticking around for “some time” to “bring all the features you’ve…

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Liverpool unluckiest Premier League team & Manchester United luckiest, says study

Liverpool unluckiest Premier League team & Manchester United luckiest, says study

The study found Liverpool’s 0-0 draw at home to Manchester United in October would have become a 1-0 win had the Reds been awarded a penaltyLiverpool were the ‘unluckiest’ team in the Premier League last season while Manchester United were the ‘luckiest’, new research claims. The Reds dropped 12 points in matches affected by wrongly…

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NASCAR CEO taking leave of absence after DWI

NASCAR CEO taking leave of absence after DWI

5:57 PM ET Bob PockrassNASCAR Close• NASCAR writer for ESPN.com• 2009, 2013 NMPA Writer of the Year• More than 25 years experience covering motorsports NASCAR chairman and CEO Brian France is taking a leave of absence after his arrest Sunday night on charges of aggravated driving while intoxicated and misdemeanor possession of a controlled substance. NASCAR announced Monday…

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Kavanaugh: Presidents can ignore laws they think are unconstitutional

Kavanaugh: Presidents can ignore laws they think are unconstitutional

JUST WATCHEDKavanaugh reveals views on Mueller probeReplayMore Videos …MUST WATCHKavanaugh reveals views on Mueller probe 01:38 (CNN)Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh in 2013 asserted that it’s a “traditional exercise” of presidential power to ignore laws the White House views as unconstitutional, as he defended the controversial practice of signing statements prevalent in George W. Bush’s…

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