Wi-Fi is Broken
31 Oct 2012
Wi-Fi might be used for offloading, but somehow, it is too broken for that. Here are a few tackles I had with Wi-Fi just this week.
Telefonica just acquired TokBox. But was this a deal about WebRTC? Or was it about video calling? Maybe it was about APIs for developers?
Carriers need to enter the developer ecosystem game. There are several ways in which they are doing it.
24 Oct 2012
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I am looking for companies who use WebRTC. If you are one of them - please come and talk to me.
Ericsson just released its WebRTC mobile browser. The first of its kind. Why is that? What do they have to gain, and how will it affect the ongoing codec wars between vendors?
18 Oct 2012
In my series of interviews around WebRTC, I decided it was time to go for a startup that relies solely on social networks - Twitter in this case. Here's an interview with Chris Matthieu of Twelephone.
16 Oct 2012
A few of my takeaways from the WebRTC Conference in Paris that I attended.
15 Oct 2012
It is time to bring Wi-Fi into the fold of carriers - it needs to become a managed asset instead of an ad-hoc thingy you can access.
11 Oct 2012
WebRTC might end up with VP8 as its video codec. The problem with that is lack of real HD support for VP8.
09 Oct 2012
A few posts about WebRTC who other people on the web have written.