WebRTC Weekly Issue #121 - May 25, 2016

Here is the latest on WebRTC  from your friends at webrtcweekly.com.


Why didn’t GoDaddy acquire Fone.Do? (Fone.Do)
An interesting viewpoint on where communications is headed.

How Can WebRTC Applications Benefit From SyntaxNet NLU? (The New Dial Tone)
Amir Zmora’s topic of the month tackles SyntaxNet and WebRTC.

Xura Announces Agreement to be Acquired by Affiliates of Siris Capital Group (Xura)
$634M. Siris –> Xura –> Comverse –> Acision –> Crocodile RCS.


Your Browser as a Audio Conference Server with WebRTC & Web Audio (webrtcHacks)
Alexey Aylarov uses WebRTC and Web Audio to build a poor man’s conferencing server inside a web page.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

Saying ? to Allo and Duo: new apps for smart messaging and video calling (Google)
Google’s own take on consumer communication apps.

Google says it won’t kill Hangouts — even though it just released a competing app (Business Insider)
And it won’t spell doom for Hangouts.


Record Your Screen Shares For Later Playback (Screenleap)
Screenleap adds recordings for screen sharing sessions.

Voxeet introduces SDKs for easy access to TrueVoice 3D audio (Voxeet)
Voxeet comes out with a new SDK for their service.

Varsity Tutors, the online platform for learning, launches a mobile app (TechCrunch)
From the browser to mobile.

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