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To understand how technology will impact the future, it is critical to think in the context of the past. As George Santayana said, Those who cannot learn from history are doomed to repeat it. The history to which I refer is the original introduction of the World Wide Web (www or Web for short) and the original HTML browser.
WebRTC (Web Real-Time Communications) is bringing about major changes in the way people communicate -- especially in the social sector.
There was a time when everyone thought that Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) was thought to be the next big thing when it came to real-time communications over the Internet. VoIP has even managed to pick up quite a bit of market share when you consider programs like Skype and Vonage. There are still quite a few people and enterprise companies that turn to VoIP whenever they need to do quick, fast and cost-effective long distance communication. There is also an upstart when it comes to communication over the Internet, and Web Real-Time Communications (WebRTC) is growing in popularity rather quickly.
Recently, Mozilla launched a competition seeking game developers who want to get their best games out into a wider audience. Dubbed the GameOn competition, the second such event ever, there are some big prizes at stake, so Mozilla is looking for the best of the best to make their appearances in three different categories.
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