Skype 3.0 intros moderated chats

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Tim Higgins

Skype today released the first public beta version of its next-generation Instant messenger and VoIP client. Described as a “major milestone release,” Skype 3.0 will become more social and more mainstream with a public chat feature that allows users to create their own chatrooms in a matter in a matter of minutes.

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