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Google Chrome To Have Real-Time Communications

kai_hiwatari (1642285) writes | more than 3 years ago

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kai_hiwatari (1642285) writes "Last month, Google released an open-source project called WebRTC which aims to enables Real-Time Communications capabilities in the web browsers through simple JavaScript APIs. Now, they have taken the first step towards having WebRTC built into Chrome.
With WebRTC, developers will be able to build voice and video applications using nothing more than HTML and JavaScript. This is a powerful technology which can challenge services like Skype."

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