Ballmer: If I could ‘redo the last 10 years,’ Microsoft wouldn’t be behind on mobile | VentureBeat | Business | by Harrison Weber 

“We would have a stronger position in the phone market today if I could redo the last 10 years.” — Steve Ballmer

Former Microsoft chief Steve Ballmer spoke candidly at the Saïd Business School in Oxford, U.K, according to a report from the Wall Street Journal. The retired CEO, replaced by Satya Nadella, emphasized his faith in Microsoft’s pending acquisition of Nokia’s devices and services unit and shared vague opinions on Facebook’s WhatsApp deal.

Will Most International Calls Be On Skype Someday?

Skype may never completely replace public switched telephone networks (i.e, traditional phone lines). But Skype-to-Skype calls have made stunning growth. And that growth has accelerated in the past two years, since 2011. Not only that, but