Skype Voicemail Service Becoming Free


Seems like Microsoft will make Skype voicemail service available for free for all users. I just noticed Skype is activating voicemail service for free with latest Skype version. Working fine. Tested activation and recordings on different Skype accounts.

Before Skype voicemail service was offered to only paid Skype users.

Skype recently launched video messaging which records short video messages which can be sent to offline or online buddies.

Voicemail (new name of this feature in Skype is Voice messaging) service records messages when someone tries to call you when you are offline.

Currently I can see Skype voicemail activation option only in Skype desktop version (update to latest Skype desktop version, otherwise you will see Skype voice messages service as paid service in options).
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Millions Protest in Support for President Mohammed Morsi



Millions of Egyptian citizens have started countrywide protests since army ousted President Mohammed Morsi.

Main crowd gathered in Nasr city, in the Egyptian capital.

Morsi was Egypt’s first democratically elected president.
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New Rule in China: Visit your Old Parents or Pay the Fine

New rule in China is asking citizens to must visit their elders or face the fine or even court.

Chinese media have called the new rule “Elderly Rights Law”.

Cases were increasing in the China where old people were poorly treated or neglected by their children.

Recently a Chinese court heard appeal of a 77 years old mother and ordered her daughter to visit the old mother at least once in two months.
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Protest Against Altaf Hussain In London

Altaf Hussain terrorist

People from other political parties and normal Pakistani-British and other British citizens protested against MQM and MQM party leader Altaf Hussain.

Protesters had cards saying that British government and London police should arrest Altaf Hussain. Protesters called Altaf Hussain terrorist, murderer and traitor.
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July: Increase in Petrolium Prices in Pakistan

Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (OGRA) have announced new petroleum rates. New price of petrol is 102.43 per liter (increment of 2.66 Rs). New price of high-speed diesel is 108.26 Rs per liter (increment of 3.66 Rs). New price of Kerosene oil is 96.29 Rs per liter. New price of high-octane is 126.77 Rs per liter. CNG price in […]

Punjab Government to Install Solar Street Lights on Roads

 Solar Street Lights in Pakistan

Punjab Government have started installing solar street lights within Punjab, Pakistan. Governments intends to install solar lights on main roads in several cities of Punjab. Punjab government have signed a deal with Chinese companies to do this task. Work of installing solar lights have already been started from Burewala (بُورے والا‎) and other cities.
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Netvibes vs Feedly Cloud vs Digg Reader vs AOL Reader

Google announced that they will shut down RSS Reader service google reader in July. Since then several companies started making similar services, Feedly who was already offering reader service launched their desktop version. Digg and AOL launched new readers. Netvibes was already there.

These readers help you get updates and news from your favourite sites at one place, like some Email inbox.

Lets compare these new readers by my point of view.

AOL Reader:AOL Reader

AOL reader is my new favourite RSS reader. They have lightweight web version with some animations with features such as sidebar, sharing to social networks, quickly showing RSS story in a blink on click. When you are reading some story it have Next story or Previous story buttons makes reading more comfortable. They do offer smartphones mobile web version of the reader but don’t have any mobile application yet. Different views for the stories, list view, card view, full view, pane view. AOL reader web comes with a left sidebar which includes our RSS subscriptions.
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