Topic: webrtc

What’s on the horizon for 2017

John Schroeder, executive chairman and founder of MapR AI is now back in mainstream discussions, and is the umbrella buzzword for machine intelligence, machine learning, neural networks, and cognitive computing. Why is AI a rejuvenated trend? The three V’s come to mind: Velocity, Variety and Volume. Platforms that can process the three V’s with modern … continue reading

Yelp launches Yelp Fusion, Microsoft creates Vcpkg tool, and the new Touch Sense SDK for Android developers—SD Times news digest: Sept. 20, 2016

Yelp is announcing a new program designed to provide developers with easier access to local data and content. Yelp Fusion will provide broader content and search tools, as well as a new initiative to integrate the Yelp Fusion API into developer education. “As devices and services are increasingly expected to be locally aware, Yelp content … continue reading

Apple computers can’t handle Oculus Rift, Google development tips, and .NET Compatibility Diagnostics—SD Times news digest: March 4, 2016

Oculus Rift won’t be coming to Apple anytime soon, at least not to any of the Apple computers on the market today. According to Shack News, Apple computers aren’t good enough to handle the company’s virtual reality headset. “That is up to Apple. If they ever release a good computer, we will do it,” Palmer … continue reading

Digium launches Android and iOS SDKs for Respoke WebRTC platform

Respoke, the WebRTC platform from enterprise software provider Digium, has introduced open-source mobile SDKs for Android and iOS. Respoke’s mobile SDKs are designed to simplify the process of adding WebRTC’s real-time, in-browser audio and video communication features to native mobile applications. The open-source Respoke mobile platform includes integrated push notifications, support for instant messaging, and … continue reading

Android-based Cyanogen OS 12 released, Movidius’ $40 million round of funding, and Twilio Video: April 14, 2015

Cyanogen is starting to roll out its version of Android Lollipop: Cyanogen OS 12. The new version features Android’s material design elements to provide users with a visual, interactive OS. Cyanogen OS 12 was designed to provide users a more personal operating system, according to the company, with extra theming features such as the ability … continue reading

Google’s empty Android Lollipop encryption promise, IBM Mobile Accessibility Checker, and Khronos Vulkan—SD Times news digest: March 3, 2015

Google’s pledge last September to require standard full-disk encryption on all Android Lollipop devices has turned out to simply be a “very strong recommendation.” According to a report from Ars Technica, while the Nexus 6 and Nexus 9 devices do offer full-disk encryption, newer devices running Lollipop such as the second-generation Moto E and the … continue reading

Apache Lucene and Solr 5.0 released, Linux 4.0, and Digium’s WebRTC platform—SD Times news digest: Feb. 23, 2015

The Apache Software Foundation announced the releases of Apache Lucene 5.0 and Apache Solr 5.0, with each project adding new features and major component changes. Apache Lucene 5.0 adds Java’s NIO2 API file access, unique ID storage and IndexWriter merger checking, along with reduced heap storage, auto-IO-throttling and payload support for memory indexes. The full … continue reading

Microsoft acquires Android and iOS calendar app, Google releases new tools to measure cloud performance, and W3C announces the working draft of WebRTC 1.0—SD Times news digest: Feb. 12, 2015

Microsoft has officially announced its acquisition of Sunrise, developer of a next-generation Android and iOS calendar app. “We are making this acquisition because we believe a reinvention in the way people use calendars on mobile devices is long overdue. Our goal is to better help people manage and make the most of their time in … continue reading

WebRTC: The road to standardization

Web Real-Time Communication (WebRTC) is making strides these days, with many real-time voice and video communication platforms already being introduced to the Web such as Google Hangouts and Mozilla’s Firefox Hello. But in-browser capabilities still have a ways to go on the road toward standardization. “Standardization is a kind of never-ending road, and it is … continue reading

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

Google ends Google TV support, AT&T’s Enhanced WebRTC API, and Intel’s diversity plans—SD Times news digest: Jan. 7, 2015

Now that Android TV has officially launched, Google has announced that it will no longer support Google TV. Existing Google TV apps developed for the platform will continue to work, but most Google TV devices will not support the company’s new platform. “With this shift, we encourage you to transition your living room development efforts … 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

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