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Google I/O 2019
Google I/O 2019 was all about AI, Privacy and Accessibility

Google I/O 2019: It was all about AI, inclusion, security and privacy – in this order. It was built around speech to text done on device.

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Google CallJoy & the age of automation in communications

Google CallJoy targets small businsses and uses AI for that. Here’s what CallJoy is made up from and how it is different than what we’ve seen so far.

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Latest WebRTC Developer Tools Landscape (and report)

WebRTC enabled CPaaS vendors, or WebRTC PaaS is a dynamic market. This edition of my report brings to it SignalWire and a slew of updates to 20 other vendors.

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Upcoming WebRTC events in 2019

Looking for a WebRTC event to attend later this year? Here’s an overview of what’s coming. Check it out and maybe even go speak in one of them.

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WebRTC Multiparty Architectures

There are multiple ways to implement WebRTC multiparty sessions. These in turn are built around mesh, mixing and routing.

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Handling session disconnections in WebRTC

WebRTC session disconnetions are quite common and they stem from different reasons – some of these reasons are within your control.

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CPaaS differentiation in 2019

CPaaS differentiation is taking shape in 2019. We no longer see only me-too Twilio copy cats, but rather a better alignment to market niches.

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How does WebRTC connect people?

WebRTC has no signaling of its own, so how exactly do you get WebRTC to connect people? Here are some scenarios and how they work.

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Why is WebRTC winning over its (non)competition?

WebRTC wins over competition because there is no competition – browsers offer only WebRTC as a technology for web developers.

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