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WebRTC, if you've missed the hype and glee, is an open source standard to enable native browser to browser applications for voice calling, video chat, and peer to peer file sharing without plug-in code. So, already, a lot of plug-in developers are, shall we say, looking for other projects to work on. Longer term, it will be the same with anyone who has a dedicated software client for communications.
Cross-browser chat sessions? Conventional wisdom (and long, tiresome experience) tells us that browsers are like dogs and cats, apples and oranges, oil and water. Everybody knows they don't mix…right?
Communications is likely to see major changes thanks to WebRTC.
We're living in the age of acceleration, and things will still move faster going forward -- pushed ahead by the low entry costs that the cloud enables, ever-increasing wireless broadband speeds, and the rise of HTML5 and WebRTC, among other factors.
StartupCamp is a collocated event at ITEXPO Miami that gives startup companies an opportunity to pitch their business model in five minutes for a chance to gain investors. This year, we heard pitches from Proteg-GO, an emergency service app; ThruView, a service designed to avoid truck rolls; VerbalizeIt, a human-powered translation service; and Flowthru, a WebRTC app to expand the reach of voice.
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