Does your mobile phone provide better quality than a typical webcam? I'll test some virtual webcam software for mobile.
WebRTC is an API definition being drafted by the World Wide Web Consortium to enable browser-to-browser applications for voice calling, video chat, and P2P file sharing without plugins.
Twilio rolls along with WebRTC Video
Talklessnow.com: A tool to help you listen more
Are you listening to me? Probably not. Survey’s have shown that the typical person is only listening about 45% of the time, which consequently means they’re talking 55% of the time. Not listening can also cost you money, Marc Wayshak, Contributor at Entrepreneur Magazine in his research found that poorer performing [...]Chris Koehncke
WebRTC China Update from the Wall
WebRTC in China, it's further along than you think, here are the notes from day 2 at what is likely the first-ever WebRTC event in China (Beijing).Chris Koehncke
How good is your laptop microphone?
HD audio codecs are useless if the input quality isn't up to par. But is the el cheapo internal microphone on your laptop up to the job? I set out to find out.Chris Koehncke
China, how more real time can you get?
China & WebRTC - we haven't heard much from these two. I suspect this this is about to change. Check out this forthcoming November event in Beijing and my projections for the future.Chris Koehncke
RCS is only dead if you close your eyes
RCS (Rich Communication Services) died or did it? Obviously we were all wrong. It's alive and well, at least that's what Google thinks with it's recent acquisition of Jibe Mobile Software. Read what I think (remember though I'm usually wrong).Chris Koehncke