Microsoft's plan to drop the Modern version of Skype for Windows has created a bunch of unanswered questions. Here are a few clarifications from the Skype team.
As it prepares for the release of Windows 10, Microsoft will migrate users of its Modern/Windows Store version of Skype for Windows to the Desktop version of the product, starting July 7.
Microsoft will broaden the pool of testers for Skype for Web to include even more countries "in the next few weeks."
Microsoft is rebranding its Skype Wi-Fi service and working to make it available in new ways to consumer and business users.
LG and Sony, plus more than a dozen regional device makers sign deals with Microsoft to bundle Office apps and services -- such as Word, OneNote and Skype -- on their Android devices.
Thanks to a bunch of new features and back-end platform changes coming to Outlook.com webmail, users won't see much difference between the two products.
Flow may not be the only new "mobile first" productivity app Microsoft is building. There may be new, lightweight document collaboration and project management apps in the works, too.
Microsoft appears to be building an app for real-time conversations called Flow, which will likely debut on the iPhone, according to leaked information.
Microsoft is rolling out to testers the promised new versions of the core, touch-first Office apps to try out.
You'll have to wait a little longer, though, for the full details on things like pricing and licensing.