WebRTC Weekly Issue #355 - November 25, 2020

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


Facebook Messenger bug could have allowed hackers to spy on users (ZDNet)
Natalie has the best job in the world. Breaking high profile apps.

Slack Sued for Infringing “Dynamic Hosting” Patent via Video Call Feature (Law Street)
Popcorn. This reads like a fantasy movie – or a horror movie of Slack loses or folds.

Will Zoom Apps be the next hot startup platform? (TechCrunch)
This reads a bit like a hyperbole. Video conferencing is great. But a startup platform?

Google Stadia and GeForce Now are both coming to iOS as web apps (TechCrunch)
Microsoft xCloud next year. The route for cloud gaming on iOS goes through Safari and WebRTC.


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Echo Cancellation with Web Audio Api and Chromium (DEV)
If you need to apply echo cancellation on incoming audio streams, then read this.

MediaRecorder API (WebKit)
Finally getting to Safari Technology Preview.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

The Future of Remote Video Production in the Cloud is WebRTC (Red5 Pro)
I am starting to see more such vendors these days – big and small.

Houseparty adds ‘Fortnite Mode,’ bringing video chat to the popular game (TechCrunch)
Epic starting to put the synergy between their Houseparty acquisition and their gaming chops.

Video mentoring platform Superpeer raises $8M and launches paid channels (TechCrunch)
Kudos on the raise.

Tutor marketplace GoStudent takes its Series A to €13.3M with Left Lane Capital and DN Capital (TechCrunch)
I wonder if this one is WebRTC or not.


None this week.

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