The latest updates from the world of Real-time Communication.
The benefits of WebRTC go beyond a more improved browsing experience. It provides the base for in-context communications, which in turn has the potential to revolutionize how we communicate with each other.
Each week the conversation seems to shift on the status of WebRTC – sometimes everyone agrees that it’s a game changer, and some weeks it’s just another technology trying to survive in the evolving Web, with ongoing codec battles and debates. One thing that is for sure, however, each week, and that’s the idea of bringing contextual, real time communications natively to a browser or application is absolutely the future of how we communicate…
A partnership between WebRTC innovator TokBox and Mozilla is already bearing the fruits of their labor, as Mozilla has made a big announcement concerning how its browser will take advantage of WebRTC protocols.
Smart mobile devices and wireless broadband have introduced many new solutions that allow people and businesses to be more efficient and productive. This includes collaborative tools that previously were only available on laptops, desktops or propriety video conferencing devices. This has increased the number of people that work remotely, and more companies are allowing their employees to choose traditional, remote or a hybrid working opportunity…
Monday, June 2,kicked off WWDC, Apple’s developer conference where it announced iOS 8, Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite, its new Swift programming language and more. One announcement in particular probably caught the eye of anyone familiar with WebRTC – Apple introduced integration between Macs and mobile devices, and users can now seamlessly call right from Macs and websites on the Safari browser.