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Amazon buys video game streaming platform Twitch

Last week, Amazon acquired Twitch, a leading live-streaming video game platform. Twitch gives users the ability to live-stream and record themselves playing video games. Why is this a big deal? For one, Twitch brought in more than 55 million unique visitors in July, and these viewers watched over 15 billion minutes of content. In addition, […]

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Skype gets less annoying and more free

Earlier this month, Skype released version 3.1 for Windows 8.1. This latest version lets you edit and remove messages, as well as make group calls with ten people (including yourself) for free. Update for a Less Annoying Experience If you’re using Skype on your computer, you don’t need your phone buzzing alerting you that you received […]

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Google Hangouts – now with WebRTC!

Google just announced that the newest version of Chrome (36) supports WebRTC compliant version of Hangouts. Why should you care? Well, it means more people will be using WebRTC (even if they don’t know it)… it also means that Google has been tinkering with the standard code to make this all work, so WebRTC-enable Hangouts are not coming […]

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Who is WebRTC for, Is SIP Universal or Restricted, WebRTC session video + MORE 07/28/2014

The latest updates from the world of Real-time Communication. Full conference talk: Real-time Communication for Everyone @ Goruco 2014 Goruco (Gotham Ruby Conference – NYC – June 2014) has posted the videos from this year’s conference! Watch the full talk  » A Few Lines of Code? – tmcnet.com Is WebRTC easy to implement in a few lines of […]

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WebRTC talk at GoRuCo 2014

Goruco (Gotham Ruby Conference – NYC – June 2014) has posted the videos from this year’s conference! “WebRTC is a powerful open-source project that seamlessly enables real-time communication (RTC)– baked right into modern web browsers. This means web developers can now incorporate video, voice and data sharing using peer-to-peer connectivity via simple JavaScript APIs, with […]

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WebRTC World Week in Review + MORE 06/23/2014

The latest updates from the world of Real-time Communication. — WebRTC Expo IV Final Thoughts – tmcnet.com With WebRTC Expo IV having now wrapped up in Atlanta, a few thoughts come to mind regarding the state of WebRTC and its future. Continue Reading On tmcnet.com » AnyMeeting Opens WebRTC-enabled Conferencing Platform to Partners with New […]

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How Fast Will WebRTC Show Up in the Mainstream? + MORE 06/10/2014

The latest updates from the world of Real-time Communication. WebRTC World Week in Review – tmcnet.com This week the biggest WebRTC news arguably came from Apple during its Worldwide Developer Conference. The company announced integration between its Macs and mobile devices, making it possible to place calls from a laptop or desktop through a connection […]

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SIP Trunking and VoIP are Here: Ready to Abandon Legacy Technologies? + MORE 06/17/2014

Here’s what’s happening this week in WebRTC: Frozen Mountain Software: Bringing Simplicity and Support to the Developer Market – tmcnet.com For Frozen Mountain Software, the company didn’t set out to become the industry leader in creating powerful commercial software libraries for real-time applications. Rather, its founders were focused on building real-time communications applications that would […]

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Apple Brings In-browser, Native Calling to Macs, Safari + MORE 06/03/2014

The latest updates from the world of Real-time Communication. Communicating Online, In Context – tmcnet.com 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. Continue Reading On tmcnet.com » WebRTC World Week […]

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