Skype and other VoIP applications are great for chatting over the Internet. With Apple enabling Windows access to iSight (whether it is built-in within your MacBook or external, via the old iSight camera) through Bootcamp, it makes a video chat via Skype a much more realistic prospect.
However, what happens when you're working within Mac OS X, using Skype and a friend wants a video chat? The current Mac release of Skype 1.5 cannot chat with a PC, using video. This is all about to change with the forthcoming release of Skype 2.0 for the Mac. It also supports picture-in-picture, so you can see both yourself and the remote user, on your desktop.
At this stage, it's still in beta, but worth downloading if you're a Mac Skype fan. Grab it here.
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