Topic: real time communication

Firefox Hello in Firefox 35, io.js 1.0, and Google Cloud Monitoring—SD Times news digest: January 14, 2015

Firefox Hello, the WebRTC in-browser chat feature first included in Firefox 34, is now available to all with the launch of Firefox 35. The real-time communication feature allows users to start plug-in-free video chats within the browser in the form of a pop-up box, without the aid of a service such as Google Hangouts and … continue reading

Firefox 34 features in-browser WebRTC client, Firefox Hello

The flashiest news out of the Firefox 34 release may be Mozilla’s switch from Google to Yahoo as its default search engine, but the far more significant news is a WebRTC client built directly into the browser. The first Firefox 34 Beta release including a WebRTC client debuted back in September, but the official Firefox … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Oct. 28, 2014 –New Azure services at TechEd Europe, IBM Cloud OpenStack and data services and WebRTC on IE

Microsoft announces more Azure updates at TechEd Europe Little more than a week following its Azure press event, Microsoft introduced new services including Azure Batch, Azure Operational Insights and Azure Automation at theTechEd Europe conference in Barcelona, Spain. According to a blog post from Microsoft Azure product marketing director Vibhor Kapoor, Azure Batch delivers job … continue reading

WebRTC specifications advance

About a year ago we told you that WebRTC, an open project enabling real-time communication on web browsers, was the future of enterprise communication. Bringing real-time audio and video communication to the browser opens up myriad possibilities for instantaneous connection and data exchange the likes of which Skype and FaceTime haven’t even scratched the surface.Yet before … continue reading

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