The two Skype founders are trying to block the sale of Skype from eBay to Mike Volpi and Index Ventures, claiming that the buyers are using unlicensed means of Skype's source code to bypass having to pay a royalty to the two founders. It's all very money/corporate/tech talk, but how it relates to you is what we talked about yesterday: the possibility of Skype buying Gizmo5 in order to power VoIP calls. [GigaOm]
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