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Zennström and Friis believe they have cracked the code that will rewire the planet, wirelessly.

The time for their Y meeting has arrived, and the two delegates march past the red Ferrari, parked flagrantly outside the door, and into the beach-street hotel.

Stately seagoing tubs rented to Black Berry, LG, Philips, Cisco Systems, Siemens, Toshiba, and other firms of varying size and ambition bob in one another's faint wakes. If you were to scan the group on this yacht (rented by the P. A./mobile-phone producer I-Mate, which, like Motorola, has signed a deal to pre-package its models with Skype) and then guess who is responsible for all the noise in Cannes, you would be forgiven for choosing the violinists.

Over in the corner, a linguistic tiff continues."Danish is bastardized Swedish," says Zennström, who is from Sweden."Yes, well, Swedish is a derivative of Danish," says Friis, from Denmark.

With their new program, Skype, all they want to do is commandeer all the phones in the world.

Equipped with boyish energy and one lazy eye each, the partners divide their days among London, Luxembourg, and subzero Estonia, where Skype rolls out—with very little overhead and without that Silicon Valley chatter.

Simply, Skype is a virtually bug-free computer program that allows you to make telephone calls over the Internet anywhere in the world.

Skype is not the only company of its type, nor was it the first.

It's the first night of this once-a-year paddock session for the international mobile-communications cartel, and already it's clear who wears the pretty dress.

Skype is the word, and those who don't sweat it or want a piece of it appear to constitute a dwindling minority.

A fresh coat of gleam covers the gums as the introductions go round, the bows going semi-deep.

But when it comes to the last man, a great panic shakes through the Y group. Like a rich girl in the wrong neighborhood, the lead agent from Yahoo clutches the rope around his neck.

They eventually left Kazaa in the hands of an Australian company, selling the site for

Skype is not the only company of its type, nor was it the first.It's the first night of this once-a-year paddock session for the international mobile-communications cartel, and already it's clear who wears the pretty dress.Skype is the word, and those who don't sweat it or want a piece of it appear to constitute a dwindling minority.A fresh coat of gleam covers the gums as the introductions go round, the bows going semi-deep.But when it comes to the last man, a great panic shakes through the Y group. Like a rich girl in the wrong neighborhood, the lead agent from Yahoo clutches the rope around his neck.They eventually left Kazaa in the hands of an Australian company, selling the site for $1 million.

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Skype is not the only company of its type, nor was it the first.

It's the first night of this once-a-year paddock session for the international mobile-communications cartel, and already it's clear who wears the pretty dress.

Skype is the word, and those who don't sweat it or want a piece of it appear to constitute a dwindling minority.

A fresh coat of gleam covers the gums as the introductions go round, the bows going semi-deep.

But when it comes to the last man, a great panic shakes through the Y group. Like a rich girl in the wrong neighborhood, the lead agent from Yahoo clutches the rope around his neck.

They eventually left Kazaa in the hands of an Australian company, selling the site for $1 million.

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Skype is not the only company of its type, nor was it the first.

It's the first night of this once-a-year paddock session for the international mobile-communications cartel, and already it's clear who wears the pretty dress.

Skype is the word, and those who don't sweat it or want a piece of it appear to constitute a dwindling minority.

A fresh coat of gleam covers the gums as the introductions go round, the bows going semi-deep.

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