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Just as you can copy a file from one disk to another and have copies on both disks, a computer virus is in part defined by its ability to make copies of itself.
Exactly how a virus does this depends on its type, but can include propagation over removable media such as USB drives, networks, or network-based activities such as user downloads. (Not to be confused with IP, which is completely unrelated.)As the name implies, an ISP is the company or service that provides the physical connection between your home or place of business and the internet.
For the purposes of this article, though, we tested the Android OS app on a couple of Android devices: specifically, a Samsung Stratosphere smartphone and — except for Qik — a Motorola XOOM tablet.
(As you’ll see below, Qik doesn’t support the XOOM.) Skype Skype hardly seems to need any introduction here, since it’s one of the most famous and widely used communications apps on the Internet.
Unlike Skype, though, Fring is a purely mobile scene with no desktop/laptop PC client, meaning that most people won’t be able to use the service across all of their devices.
Also like a human virus, a computer virus replicates itself.
After examining six popular video chat apps running on Android OS, here’s our take on which ones work well and which ones you’d better leave on the shelf.
The apps we’re looking at here include Skype, Fring, oo Voo, Tango, Qik and Paltalk, All of these apps are available across across multiple mobile and/or desktop platforms.
If you never needed to manage your minutes — and you never needed to use the service when you’re not on the go — Fring would be more viable.
But since people need to do these things, the company would be better off putting a little more work into its software before going toe-to-toe with Skype.