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Cisco appeals approval of Microsoft-Skype dealupdated: Wed Feb 15 2012 20:03:00

Cisco Systems is to appeal against the European Union's regulatory clearance of Microsoft's takeover of Skype, it has announced, citing concerns that the new entity will dominate video calling to the detriment of the wider market.

CNNMoney: The death of the text messageupdated: Mon Aug 22 2011 13:29:00

The smartphone boom is a mixed blessing for wireless companies. While the devices have boosted data plan sales considerably, they are threatening to kill another revenue stream dead in its tracks: text messaging.

Skype app lets you pay for Wi-Fi by the minuteupdated: Thu Aug 18 2011 08:11:00

You can now use Skype credit to pay for Wi-Fi access on your iPhone or iPad.

Skype now available for the iPadupdated: Tue Aug 02 2011 14:41:00

After a false start late Monday, Skype has officially landed on the iPad.

8 important tips for Skype interviewsupdated: Mon Jul 11 2011 09:44:00

With video interviews becoming more common during hiring, not being prepared can easily keep you out of the running. While meeting via video is time saver, getting past the technological barriers of not speaking face-to-face can be difficult.

Skype joins Facebookupdated: Mon Jul 11 2011 09:44:00

Facebook owner Mark Zuckerberg announced plans to team up with Skype. CNN's Maggie Lake has details.

5 things the Skype deal teaches us about Facebookupdated: Fri Jul 08 2011 06:55:00

At one point during Facebook's "something awesome" event on Wednesday, more than 60,000 people were simultaneously tuned online to an unassuming meeting room at the company's headquarters to watch Mark Zuckerberg and cohorts unveil a slew of new features for the social-networking site.

Facebook adds Skype video chat featureupdated: Thu Jul 07 2011 02:23:00

Facebook is encouraging its members to talk face to face -- over the computer.

Obama pokes fun at Facebook CEOupdated: Tue Jul 05 2011 07:57:00

President Obama jokes with Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg at a web townhall event in Palo Alto, California.

Lots more phone calls being made onlineupdated: Tue May 31 2011 12:24:00

Online telephone calls have seen a big jump in popularity in the past couple of years, according to new survey numbers.

Why Apple, Google, Microsoft won't streamline video chatupdated: Mon May 16 2011 13:17:00

Apple CEO Steve Jobs made a bold gesture at the company's annual developers conference last June when he pledged to unite the technology industry under one video-calling standard.

Why Google does not own Skypeupdated: Thu May 12 2011 07:13:00

So Microsoft is buying Skype for $8.5 billion, its biggest deal ever. It's too soon to make a pronouncement on whether the purchase is an idiot move, a brilliant one or just something in between. All the geniuses who ripped the investors who bought Skype from eBay in 2009 don't look so smart now.

A special perk for Google employeesupdated: Thu May 12 2011 07:13:00

Google is known for offering its employees terrific perks. Here's one that's never been seen before. Dan Simon reports.

Five things Microsoft may do with Skypeupdated: Wed May 11 2011 09:00:00

Tuesday's announcement that Microsoft is buying Skype is obviously huge business news, but millions of consumers aren't focused on that.

CNNMoney: Microsoft to buy Skype for $8.5 billionupdated: Tue May 10 2011 13:50:00

Microsoft has agreed to buy Internet phone service provider Skype for $8.5 billion in cash, the companies announced Tuesday.

Your new best friend may be a robotupdated: Sun Feb 13 2011 18:27:00

The provocative idea worth spreading in the talk I gave at the TEDWomen conference is that robots are a really intriguing social technology. This idea has emerged from pursuing my childhood dream of creating personal robots that are a meaningful, empowering and enriching part of our everyday lives.

Robots get personalupdated: Sun Feb 13 2011 18:27:00

Cynthia Breazeal says the key to robot personalization is training them to interact with people.

Verizon plans 4G internet calling serviceupdated: Tue Feb 08 2011 15:19:00

Verizon Wireless is readying a new cellular calling service that offers better sound quality than its current network and is capable of doing video chat.

To reduce wireless bills, some try an 'iPod phone'updated: Thu Jan 20 2011 07:14:00

Brennan Stehling's phone looks just like an iPhone, but his bill is nothing like the ones most smartphone customers get in the mail each month.

Skype iPhone app adds video callingupdated: Thu Dec 30 2010 01:50:00

Skype released a new version of the telephony application for iPhone, which adds video-chat features that go beyond what Apple offers.

Skype getting back to normal after outageupdated: Thu Dec 23 2010 16:20:00

Internet phone service Skype was working to get back to normal Thursday after an outage that started the day before.

Skype adds Facebook tabs, group video chatupdated: Thu Oct 14 2010 13:41:00

With Facebook integration and the ability to have group video chats, Skype is getting more social.

Smartphones abroad: What to know before you goupdated: Thu Oct 07 2010 08:58:00

Sarah Evans was in Canada for just 18 hours in May but incurred a $700 phone bill in her limited time there.

Telepresence comes home, but it likely won't come cheapupdated: Wed Oct 06 2010 07:34:00

High-quality, high-definition videoconferencing is coming to the living room, but consumers should expect to pay top dollar for it.

Skype now available for Android devicesupdated: Tue Oct 05 2010 10:59:00

After iOS, Skype is now available for the Android platform, but only on devices running Android version 2.1 or later.

Facebook-Skype deal must go beyond voice chatupdated: Tue Oct 05 2010 08:16:00

The last couple of weeks have been busy ones for news about Facebook. "The Social Network" movie hit theaters, CEO Mark Zuckerberg donated $100 million on Oprah and, if rumors are correct, the world's biggest social-networking site will be partnering with online phone service Skype to help you chat with your Facebook friends through the site.

CNNMoney: Skype nabs Cisco exec for CEO slotupdated: Mon Oct 04 2010 15:20:00

Internet phone service Skype has tapped Tony Bates as its new chief executive, the company announced Monday.

The child-driven educationupdated: Mon Sep 27 2010 10:48:00

Education scientist Sugata Mitra explains how access to the Web could revolutionize how we think about teaching.

CNNMoney: Cisco/Skype marriage would face a major hurdleupdated: Thu Sep 02 2010 05:53:00

Cisco's rumored bid for Skype would make a great deal of strategic sense for the networking giant, but the pairing faces one major obstacle that might prevent the deal from getting done.

CNNMoney: Google makes bold move to battle Skypeupdated: Thu Aug 26 2010 11:37:00

Google announced Wednesday that it will allow users to make phone calls over the Internet through its Gmail service, encroaching on territory that has thus far been dominated by Skype.

CNNMoney: Why your senator can't Skypeupdated: Wed Aug 18 2010 13:08:00

Internet video-chatting service Skype helps connect people across the globe -- but your representatives in Congress are banned from using it.

CNNMoney: Skype plans $100 million initial offeringupdated: Tue Aug 10 2010 14:25:00

Skype, the Internet video phone service, is planning a $100 million initial public offering, according to a regulatory filing Monday.

CNNMoney: Stocks hold gains ahead of Fedupdated: Mon Aug 09 2010 16:37:00

Stocks ended higher Monday as investors signaled modest optimism in the economic recovery, ahead of a highly anticipated statement from the Federal Reserve.

Money Magazine: Cell phones: Make talk cheaperupdated: Mon Jun 07 2010 10:11:00

You've heard iPhone users gripe about their mammoth monthly charges -- but it's not just those with the fanciest smart phones who are paying a bundle.

Skype to start charging monthly fee for 3G callingupdated: Thu Jun 03 2010 13:54:00

On Sunday, Skype 2.0 was launched for the iPhone 3G, bringing a long-sought feature to the table: making calls over 3G.

Census boxes 'tell us nothing'updated: Wed Mar 31 2010 09:46:00

For Author Chang-rae Lee, life can't be summed up on a Census form. He explains his hesitancy to check "the box."

Staying connected abroad gets smarter, cheaperupdated: Tue Feb 23 2010 16:14:00

When I was a gawky teenager, my parents took me to Europe, broadened my horizon, and changed my life. After I graduated high school, I was ready to travel to Europe on my own, but my parents were nervous. To earn their blessing, I had to make two promises: I wouldn't go to Turkey (because they were worried I'd be sold into the white slave trade) and I'd write home every other day. My dad figured that if the postcards stopped coming, at least he'd know where to begin looking.

CNNMoney: Verizon smartphones to get Skype appupdated: Tue Feb 16 2010 18:27:00

Verizon Wireless and Skype announced a partnership Tuesday to bring the Internet calling service to nine of the carrier's 3G smartphones beginning in March.

Join the live World Cup draw Skype chatupdated: Thu Dec 03 2009 04:37:00

The 19th FIFA World Cup kicks off in South Africa on June 11 next year and this Friday sees the all important draw take place at the International Convention Center in Cape Town.

CNNMoney: Skype, PayPal fuel eBay revenue growthupdated: Wed Oct 21 2009 18:28:00

eBay Inc. may be trying to unload its Skype Internet phone business, but the division's 29% revenue growth helped bolster the company's third quarter results.

CNNMoney: EBay to unload big stake in Skypeupdated: Tue Sep 01 2009 11:35:00

EBay announced a deal Tuesday to sell most of its Skype Internet phone unit to a group of investors for $2.75 billion.

Legal battle puts Skype's future in jeopardy, owner saysupdated: Sat Aug 01 2009 10:18:00

A legal battle has put the future of Skype in jeopardy, according to eBay, which owns the online communications system.

CNNMoney: Oprah's Skypefest draws backlashupdated: Thu May 21 2009 11:23:00

Oprah Winfrey's tastemaking power is legendary. A spot on her book club list is the Holy Grail for authors, who are all but guaranteed a bestseller. Under her tutelage, the likes of Dr. Phil, Tyra Banks and Rachael Ray have shot to stardom. A few comments on her show can make or break a product.

CNNMoney: EBay plans to spin off Skypeupdated: Tue Apr 14 2009 18:51:00

EBay Inc. said Tuesday it plans to split off Skype, the Internet telephone service, through an initial public offering to be completed in the first half of 2010.

Skype for iPhone -- it's officialupdated: Wed Apr 01 2009 16:33:00

Months after teasing us at CES with an announcement of Skype's native VoIP client for the iPhone, the free Skype for iPhone will finally be available to download from the iTunes App Store sometime on Tuesday.

21st-century life's too short for dial-upupdated: Tue Mar 31 2009 12:56:00

I recently had someone ask me how I could justify paying what, to her, seemed like an exorbitant amount of money for my broadband Internet connection.

Fortune: At Wireless 2009, it's all about the appsupdated: Mon Mar 30 2009 15:30:00

First there were the would-be iPhone clones. Now come the putative App Store copycats.

Fortune: Granny loves Facebook. And Skype. And her iPod.updated: Tue Mar 10 2009 12:28:00

Patti McConnell is pretty much a typical Facebook user. The Calgary, Alberta, resident has been a member of the social-networking site for more than a year. She says she uses Facebook to stay in touch with friends, check out family members' pictures, and play word games such as Scramble and Twist.

Fortune: Is Skype on sale at eBay?updated: Wed Oct 15 2008 13:54:00

In its mere five years of existence the word "Skype" has taken on an unusual dual meaning in the Internet world - known equally as a stunningly successful example of consumer adoption and a dealmaking flop of multibillion-dollar proportions.

The revolution will be mobilizedupdated: Fri Apr 25 2008 00:00:00

First it was instant messaging during office hours that gave us the thrill of passing notes in class. Then it was ogling ourselves on Web cams, ranting our minds on blogs, uploading our baby photos on Flickr and poking each other on Facebook. These days, as corporate records show, we choose to spend our lunch breaks watching YouTube, if not chatting over Skype.

Sony, Skype calling gamersupdated: Tue Jan 08 2008 10:56:00

The consumer electronics industry has for many years now tried to shoe-horn a game (some would say game-like) experience on the mobile phone device, but this year, Sony swims upstream in the same waters. It has taken the PSP handheld game platform and turned it into a mobile phone -- albeit with limitations. But the value proposition for consumers is win-win.

FSB: Conference calls: Cutting the cordupdated: Thu Jan 03 2008 18:40:00

While most of us here on planet small business have been sweating fancy productivity tools such as remote e-mail and the broadband Internet, old-school conference calling has quietly undergone a revolution. New online conferencing tools are cheaper and more powerful than ever. And they can add real value to your business.

Review: Logitech QuickCam Pro 9000 a superior Webcamupdated: Mon Nov 12 2007 12:45:00

The Logitech QuickCam Pro 9000 is nearly identical to the QuickCam Pro for Notebooks Webcam, except for the fact that it's a better fit for laptops. This $99 desktop Webcam is larger than its laptop sibling, but its flexible, two-hinged stand works equally well resting directly on your desk or atop your desktop's LCD or your laptop's screen.

FSB: Phones that payupdated: Thu Nov 01 2007 10:57:00

As an online marketing entrepreneur, I'm always looking for cheaper and better communications. Skype's Internet telephony service is one of the hottest things on the Web today, slashing phone bills for more than 75 million users worldwide.

Fortune: Can't anyone make Internet phones pay?updated: Tue Oct 02 2007 17:57:00

Skype never emerged as the cash cow eBay had hoped for when it paid a jaw-dropping $2.6 billion to acquire the Internet phone startup in 2005. Now eBay's announcement Monday that it will write off $1.4 billion in charges related to Skype has analysts and investors questioning whether the Internet phone business - known as voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) - has any commercial potential at all. Many Skype Users Unable to Make Callsupdated: Thu Aug 16 2007 14:00:00

Skype, the popular computer program that lets its users make long-distance phone calls over the Internet, said Thursday that software problems have left many of its millions of users without service worldwide

Money Magazine: Resourcesupdated: Sun Jul 01 2007 00:00:00

What do you need to start a business? Enough Mountain Dew to guzzle through the night and a few buddies willing to work for equity. Or that's how you'll remember it. For now let these online tools ease the way.

Money Magazine: Help getting startedupdated: Thu Jun 14 2007 19:38:00

What do you need to start a business? Enough Mountain Dew to guzzle through the night and a few buddies willing to work for equity. Or that's how you'll remember it. For now let these online tools ease the way.

FSB: Conference calls: Cutting the cordupdated: Thu May 17 2007 07:19:00

While most of us here on planet small business have been sweating fancy productivity tools such as remote e-mail and the broadband Internet, old-school conference calling has quietly undergone a re...

FSB: Technology resourcesupdated: Mon Mar 26 2007 14:00:00

Check out these key sites to get up to speed.

Business 2.0: New Business Models? Dial S for Skype.updated: Tue Feb 13 2007 15:07:00

Free Internet phone service was always likely to change the world - but until recently we had no idea how. A little more than a year after eBay bought Skype for $2.6 billion, the service has become...

Business 2.0: Our Favorite Gearupdated: Tue Feb 13 2007 12:15:00

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Fortune: Building eBay 2.0updated: Thu Oct 05 2006 18:12:00

Meg Whitman is waiting in her personal meeting room at eBay's headquarters in San Jose, otherwise known as the Blondie room. It is eBay's corny tradition for a top manager's peers, or, in her case,...

FSB: Phones that payupdated: Wed Sep 27 2006 07:18:00

As an online marketing entrepreneur, I'm always looking for cheaper and better communications. Skype's Internet telephony service is one of the hottest things on the Web today, slashing phone bills...

Business 2.0: The mighty micro-multinationalupdated: Fri Jul 28 2006 11:57:00

When working in the tropical sun becomes too much for Ivko Maksimovic, the lanky Serbian heads to one of the Dominican Republic's pristine white-sand beaches. He first gathers up a black hat, mosqu...

Business 2.0: Why VOIP is headed for your cell phoneupdated: Thu May 04 2006 17:30:00

SAN FRANCISCO (Business 2.0 Magazine) - For millions of users, voice over Internet protocol, or VOIP, is lowering phone bills for calls they make from their PC or land-line phone. But soon VOIP could cut cell-phone bills, too -- most of all for international users.

Business 2.0: Alltel may not be all thatupdated: Fri Apr 28 2006 12:10:00

Alltel, the fifth-largest U.S. wireless carrier, is loudly proclaiming itself "America's largest network." That bit of braggadocio has gotten Engadget Mobile blogger Ryan Block curious enough to quiz some PR reps and download coverage maps. It turns out that Alltel is basing its claim on the square footage covered by its network. But a close look at Alltel's wireless network, which covers entire states, shows a surprising lack of detail compared to maps from competitors like Verizon and Sprint Nextel. Block points out that unlike most carriers, Alltel doesn't distinguish between regions that have current or planned coverage. That means there's no way of knowing if its map truly indicates where you can get a cell-phone signal, or just where Alltel owns rights to wireless spectrum. Says Block: "Alltel has some explaining to do." One clear signal: Wireless users lose out when carriers spend more time arguing about who's got the bigger network than building more cell-phone towers.

Business 2.0: Apple drops iPod chip supplierupdated: Fri Apr 21 2006 12:19:00

PortalPlayer built its business supplying chips for Apple's iPod -- but now, Apple has informed PortalPlayer that its newest chip isn't going into new models of the iPod Nano. Shares plummeted 42 percent on Thursday and continued to drop Friday morning.

Business 2.0: Google gets a new Chinese nameupdated: Thu Apr 13 2006 12:03:00

SAN FRANCISCO (Business 2.0) - Google may be the most recognized new 21st century brand in the West. But in China, its name was a dog. Surfers had been pronouncing the unfamiliar "Google" as "gougou" or "gugou," among other variants - meaning "doggy" and "old hound." An easier-to-pronounce name is just one of the reasons why rival Baidu has been eating Google's lunch in China. That's why the company tweaked its iconic name yesterday as it opened a new engineering center in Beijing. Google renamed itself "Gu Ge" (pronounced "goo-guh"), which China Daily elaborately translates as "song of the harvest of grain." Google officials said the new name projected "the sense of a fruitful and productive search experience, in a poetic Chinese way."

Business 2.0: Skype sued over peer-to-peer technologyupdated: Mon Mar 27 2006 12:28:00

StreamCast Networks, the maker of Morpheus file-sharing software, is suing Internet telephone company Skype, claiming that Skype is using peer-to-peer technology that StreamCast says it owns. Skype founders Niklas Zennström and Janus Friis also created the technology behind Kazaa, a popular file-sharing network which had battled over technology licensing with StreamCast in the past. If the allegations are valid, the lawsuit could pose a big threat to Skype, which was acquired by eBay for $2.6 billion in 2005. One of the things that makes Skype better than the competition is its use of the peer-to-peer technology: Skype takes advantage of its users' computers and Internet connections to efficiently connect and transmit calls.

Business 2.0: Skype backers make a new callupdated: Tue Mar 14 2006 16:22:00

SAN FRANCISCO (Business 2.0 Magazine) - The venture capitalists behind Skype are placing a new bet on AllPeers, a startup based in Oxford, England.

Business 2.0: The new phoneupdated: Wed Mar 01 2006 15:57:00

For nearly a century, the phone, and voice as we know it, have existed largely in the confines of a thin copper wire. But now service providers can convert voice calls into tiny Internet packets and let them loose on fast connections, thus mimicking the traditional voice experience without spending hundreds of millions on infrastructure.

Money Magazine: Talk Gets Cheapupdated: Wed Mar 01 2006 00:01:00

Much to the telephone company's chagrin, there are now plenty of ways to get phone service for a fraction of the price you're used to. The cable industry is one new competitor, but the cheapest alt...

Business 2.0: The New Phoneupdated: Tue Feb 28 2006 17:18:00

For nearly a century, the phone, and voice as we know it, have existed largely in the confines of a thin copper wire. But now service providers can convert voice calls into tiny Internet packets an...

Business 2.0: Google debuts click-to call adsupdated: Thu Feb 16 2006 13:18:00

SAN FRANCISCO (Business 20) -GigaOm and Venkatesh note that Google seems to be testing it's click-to-call program, which connects web surfers and advertisers by phone. Searching for "hotels, New York," Venkatesh got an ad with a little green phone icon. Clicking on the icon prompted him to enter his phone number, which Google says it will use to connect a regular telephone call from the advertiser to the customer (without revealing the customer's number to the advertiser). AOL, a unit of Time Warner, started running its own pay-per-call ad program last year. The advantage of these ads: Advertisers pay Internet outfits much higher fees for pay-per-call ads than for the traditional pay-per-click ads, because they are more likely to lead to sales. But Venkatesh feels Google's technology is lacking. Clicking on the ads, he noted, did not yet yield any further information about the advertiser, unlike in AOL's system, which sends surfers to a "landing page" that gives surfers details about the business they're ...

Fortune: Wi-Fi sharing about to get investmentupdated: Mon Feb 06 2006 16:05:00

Aiming to increase access to the Internet, particularly for people away from home, Google, Skype and other leading Internet investors Sunday announced a $21.5 million investment in an innovative new Internet access network called Fon.

Business 2.0: Breaking down VOIP's wallsupdated: Fri Jan 06 2006 10:11:00

If you are a consumer shopping for VOIP, welcome to the land of confusion.

CNNMoney: Not all eBay sellers are sold on Skypeupdated: Thu Dec 08 2005 14:29:00

EBay hopes the merchants who peddle their wares on its Web site will embrace Skype, the online calling service it bought recently, but some of the auction site's top merchants say they have no plans to use it as a sales tool.

Using tech to tackle hotel phone billsupdated: Wed Dec 07 2005 09:31:00

Tech-savvy business travelers are forcing a rethink on how hotels charge for long-distance communications, meaning that exorbitant phone bills on the road could soon be a thing of the past.

Fortune: Knowing It's Time to Buyupdated: Mon Nov 14 2005 00:01:00

ONE OF THE MOST difficult choices I've made was whether to buy Skype. I met [Skype co-founder] Niklas Zennström in May. He gave me some statistics--like 100,000 new registered Skype users per day--...

Business 2.0: Have Phone, Will Travelupdated: Tue Nov 01 2005 00:01:00

For the global road warrior, staying in touch with the office usually means tapping lengthy calling card numbers or typing late-night e-mail exchanges. It would be nice if wireless carriers and Int...

CNNMoney: eBay tumbles on reduced guidanceupdated: Wed Oct 19 2005 16:15:00

Shares of eBay tumbled about 6 percent in after-hours trading Wednesday after the online auction site reported third-quarter results in line with forecasts but issued guidance for the current quarter that disappointed Wall Street.

Fortune: THE NET'S NEW ODD COUPLE updated: Mon Oct 03 2005 00:01:00

EVEN FOR A BUSINESS BUILT AROUND oddball purchases, the decision by eBay to acquire the free voice-over-Internet company Skype--for as much as $4.1 billion--in mid-September appears at first to be ...

FSB: Who Else Does This?updated: Sat Oct 01 2005 00:01:00

Eriksen Translations employs some 5,000 freelancers all over the world to translate documents in 75 languages for business clients. Eager to trim its exorbitant overseas phone bills, the Brooklyn-b...

CNNMoney: Did eBay make the right call?updated: Fri Sep 23 2005 09:49:00

eBay hopes to dial up a new round of growth but many investors are skeptical.

CNNMoney: Stocks edge up on dealsupdated: Mon Sep 12 2005 09:20:00

Stocks were slightly higher Monday morning as investors eyed a trio of mergers and geared up for a week heavy with economic news.

CNNMoney: Why buy Skype?updated: Thu Sep 08 2005 12:34:00

Skype, a company that makes software allowing users to call each other over the Internet at no charge, features warm and fuzzy language on its Web site about how it just wants to give away software.

CNNMoney: Paper: News Corp. eyed net phone companyupdated: Sun Aug 07 2005 14:09:00

Media mogul Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. is understood to have held talks with Skype to buy the Internet telecoms software provider for around $3 billion, but the talks broke down, the British newspaper The Independent reported Sunday.

CNNMoney: Web calls are more than just talkupdated: Thu Jul 07 2005 16:18:00

Call it Skype envy or the inevitable search for the next killer app on the Internet.

Business 2.0: How to Ride the Fifth Waveupdated: Fri Jul 01 2005 00:01:00

Rick Rashid makes his living staring off into the distance. He's head of Microsoft Research, the software giant's R&D arm, and it's his job to peer far over the horizon to divine where technology i...

Internet the future of phone callsupdated: Mon Oct 25 2004 11:08:00

Swedish software guru Niklas Zennstrom co-founded Skype, a pioneering voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) company. Here he talks to CNN's Charles Hodson about his software, which allows Internet users to make free PC-to-PC phone calls to anyone in the world.

Fortune: Catch Us If You Can The folks who brought you Kazaa have a new hit called Skype--and a plan to set phone calls updated: Mon Feb 09 2004 00:01:00

Near the center of the walled medieval district of Estonia's capital, Tallinn, sits the NoKu bar. It's almost impossible to find, on a cobblestone street behind a pair of old, unmarked wooden doors...

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