We've been waiting so long for Apple to support WebRTC, we hadn't thought what this would mean when iOS finally arrives. I'll...
About MeChris Koehncke
Hi! I’m Chris Koehncke (pronounced “kern-ka”) and alternate living between Washington, DC and San Franciso. I enjoy writing on technology and the focus of this blog is on new emerging communications technologies. I write about how we communicate is changing, new companies and new technology.
We have many tools for communications, the phone, email, instant messaging — more it seems every day, but yet the more tools we have, sometimes its seems like we’re communicating less. I write about that too.
Real time voice & video communications has previously been difficult. It was a speciality world. But in 2009, Google introduced WebRTC, an initial browser technology that made real-time communications easier, allowing the developer to focus on the application and spend less time worrying about how to simply make it work. This set the stage for a wealth of new applications and services.