WebRTC Weekly Issue #341 - August 19, 2020

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


Sources: Google plans to eventually replace Duo with Meet (9to5Google)
Duo no more? Shared infrastructure? A new app? Something else?


End-to-End Encryption: The Past, Present and Future of Security (Frozen Mountain)
An explanation of end to end encryption and how Frozen Mountain supports it in their native SDKs.

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Telegram introduces end-to-end encrypted video calls (TheNextWeb)
E2EE for group video seems to be table stakes in consumer platforms. In the Telegram case, this isn’t WebRTC-based.

Birmingham-based Help Lightning raises $8 million for its remote training and support tools (TechCrunch)
Uses WebRTC.


A new platform is calling: Help us test one-to-one voice and video conversations on Signal Desktop (Signal)
I am assuming this is based on Electron.

From our own posts

None this week