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Skype 5.0 gets Facebook, videoconferencingFCC pushes cell phone carriers to stop "bill shock," T-Mobile institutes new data caps, and Skype 5.0 adds Facebook integration and group video chatting.
It's Thursday October 14 2010 on Jeff Bakalar and it's time to get loaded. Skype five point oh is out. The new streamlined interface will allow you to find your friends via FaceBook and the -- video calling feature will finally allow for more than one person to video chat. T-Mobile and -- a new data plan policy restricting users to only five gigabytes per month. Once users go over that five gigabyte limit a free text message will be sent out reminding users that their data speeds will be reduced. After the new billing cycle begins though normal data speeds to kick back in the changes -- going to be rolling out by the end of this week. Netgear will introduce -- broke -- XD player featuring Netflix and Amazon streaming 720. 1080. The full line of broken boxes will be sold at best buy RadioShack and prize. It seems that Apple's operating system is getting another -- -- Yesterday invites went out for yet -- another Apple event next week along with the -- back to the Mac. Do -- tax photo shows an Apple logo with what appears to be a -- behind it. Will Apple's next OS be called -- we'll find out on Wednesday. -- CC is pushing for an initiative that would help prevent cell phone carriers from jacking up exorbitant amounts of charges to customers. The bill -- rules which state that companies would first need to notify customers of their expensive behavior before the damage has been done. And finally Microsoft and FaceBook have partnered up through big. The new social search feature will allow users to see you results generated by their FaceBook friends use of the like button. Those your headlines for today on Jeff Bakalar for cnet.com. And you've just been --