A move to real time communication

WebRTC may not be enough, the winners in this new race will be those looking beyond the technology and into the actual opportunity before us. Read more

Who can you trust with your WebRTC service?

WebRTC service providers are often small companies, fickle and prone to either being acquired or go out of business. What should you do to protect yourself? Read more

Where did Mozilla go? Here kitty kitty kitty

Mozilla, fighter of the free Internet, is wounded and could WebRTC be a casualty? Developers aren't keen on Firefox for WebRTC and this goes against the very nature of what WebRTC was supposed to fix. Read more

A WebRTC application? Just try and leave Gmail

Privacy. WebRTC. Gmail. The opportunity for a new Real Time Communications Interface, one that we would happily pay for and way from the prying eyes of the data miners is indeed the very application that current communication providers should be offering. Read more

Free WebRTC applications

&yet introduces a companion iOS application to their popular talky.io collaboration tool, it's nice, it work, but underneath it's changing the business model for WebRTC. Read more

When will Google add Echo Cancellation to WebRTC?

WebRTC is in theory open source, but the contributions back have been somewhat meager but who's to blame when the bulk of WebRTC technology is based inside the browser. Read more

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