WebRTC Weekly Issue #92 - November 4, 2015

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


Carrier DT Targets Startups After Europe Agrees Net Neutrality Rules (TechCrunch)
Is a two-tier Internet coming to Europe with WebRTC finding itself on the paid side of it?

Apple WebRTC Signals, What do They Mean? (The New Dial Tone)
Amir Zmora on the work Apple has in front of it if it really is adding WebRTC.

Atos to Acquire Unify from Gores and Siemens (Atos)
Unify is exchanging hads.


Security implications of WebRTC (part 3): Tracking users across domains (kapejod)

Building a Personal Shopping Experience with Chrome Extensions and WebRTC (Voxbone)
Sacha Nacar outlines how to build a Chrome Extension that uses Voxbone for WebRTC calling.

Error Resilience Mechanisms for WebRTC Video Communications (CallStats.io)
A good review by Lasse and Martin on the error resiliency mechanisms of video in WebRTC.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

Porch Acquires Mobile Advice Marketplace Fountain (TechCrunch)
One uses WebRTC voice and the other uses WebRTC video.

Conference calls made easy with Hipchat & Slack integrations for UberConference (Switch)
UberConference integrates with Hipchat and Slack.


Introducing Crosswalk Project For Windows (Crosswalk)
Crosswalk now supports Windows, on top of their Android and iOS versions.

Introducing Wire for Windows (Wire)
Wire released a standalone PC app for Windows.

Rabbit for iPhone is Here (Rabbit)
Just as the title says.

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