In another development related to Wi-Fi, Nokia on Wednesday announced the addition of Skype Communications’ Internet calling software to the Nokia N800 Internet Tablet, a new smart phone developed by the Finnish mobile handset manufacturer. To date, more than 196 million users worldwide have downloaded Skype software to their personal computers to make free voice and video calls via the Internet. (Skype also offers a subscription service that allows users to forward calls to landline and mobile phones at a low per-minute rate.) Specifically, the feature to be added by Nokia will consist of an installation link through which users can download Skype software to their handsets. With that software, Nokia mobile phone users will be able to make Skype calls wirelessly whenever they are within the range of a Wi-Fi hotspot. Observing “it’s a natural step that [consumers] will want to make Skype calls away from their desktop,” Nokia Vice President Ari Virtanen said that “consumers can now start enjoying the benefits of Skype on the Nokia N800 and experience a free and easy way to stay in touch with friends, family, and business colleagues around the world.”