Hardware Trumps Software Each and EVERY Time
27 Sep 2012
In the end of the day, every software success relies on hardware modifications. I am a bit fed up with people telling me that software codecs are just good enough – they consume the same battery life (they don’t), they provide the same quality (they don’t), they can run on small devices (they can’t). You […]
26 Sep 2012
Martin Geddes just wrote an article about WebRTC that is worth your time. Here are my key takeaways from it.
24 Sep 2012
WebRTC is facing a real challenge in the hardware arena if it is going to select VP8 as its mandatory video codec. Here is why.
20 Sep 2012
Here's a startup that is using WebRTC to generate missed calls to phones through web browsers, costing nothing more than local calls.
18 Sep 2012
Now that Opus is the voice codec of choice for WebRTC, which one will be selected for video? VP8 or H.264?
The plethora of mobile operating systems and platforms are going to make a headache for developers. Here are some of the available options on how to overcome these issues.
13 Sep 2012
WebRTC is going to cause some huge headaches to VoIP players, and their main problem is going to be social networks. This is how a fight between Skype and Facebook is going to look like.
11 Sep 2012
If you are a new owner of Kindle, you probably don't have much to read. Here are ways to find some gread reads.
10 Sep 2012
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An interview with one of the authors of the first WebRTC book: the best resource at this point for developers wanting to learn more about WebRTC.
If you are an Fanapple then stop reading now. Go read some MG Siegler stuff elsewhere. This one is about an Apple failure, so no point in you staying around and flaming the comments. In June, Apple have boasted a lot of numbers during WWDC. Gleaned out of Alex Wilhelm’s coverage of the event, we […]