WebRTC Weekly Issue #53 - February 4, 2015

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

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Is This WebRTC’s Year? (TechCrunch)
The importance is in having this on TechCrunch with such a title. A nice achievement by Itay Rosenfeld.

MEGAchat: Technical Security Primer (MEGA)
An explanation on MEGA’s security. ht to fippo.

Underneath the Hood: Fun Facts About InstaPhone (OnSIP)
Interesting stats on the usage OnSIP sees for their WebRTC platform.


Hello, Hello – What’s your real story? A decode by Philipp Hancke (webrtcHacks)
This time, Philipp looks under the hood of Mozilla’s Hello service.

Chrome update killed the WebRTC star (&yet)
Philipp Hancke on how Google treats bugs caught in the field.

WebRTC Standards Update #1 (The New Dial Tone)
Dan Burnett & Amir Zmora with a new offering around standards update for WebRTC.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

Call2Friends implements WebRTC. Why is it cool? (Call2Friends)
International calling through the browser, added WebRTC on top of their existing Flash capability.

WhatsApp Voice-Calling Feature Spotted In The Wild (TechCrunch)
We will all know in a month or two if WhatsApp’s new VoIP offering is WebRTC based or not. Our bet? It is based on WebRTC.


OpenTok iOS SDK 2.4 now available with 64-bit support (TokBox)
We have one of these every week now – SDKs for iOS get updated for 64-bit support. This time it’s TokBox.

New Sinch iOS SDK with 64-bit Support (Sinch)
Did we say iOS SDKs for WebRTC are migrating to 64-bit?

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