Is there any Room for WebRTC in Gaming?
09 Nov 2015
WebRTC gaming is a vertical that isn't too common. Here are a few gaming related use cases where it makes sense to use WebRTC, and a few live examples of each.
08 Sep 2015
Alexandre Gouaillard decided to drop by here at BlogGeek.me offering his analysis on recent news coming out of Apple and Microsoft about WebRTC plugins - news that affect how these two players will end up supporting WebRTC real soon.
03 Sep 2015
The Alliance for Open Media was just announced. This is huge news for WebRTC video codec and a reboot of the codec wars. Here's what you should know about this initiative.
03 Aug 2015
WebRTC data channels offer much power, but aren't the security threat you are made to believe. They should not be closed behind user permissions.
23 Jul 2015
H.265 is upon us, but will it really gain market share with the current set of patents and unknown licensing scheme? Especially, when we shift into a word ruled by browser based WebRTC communications?
21 Jul 2015
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Microsoft Edge sure looks promising from recent announcements. How does it measure up to the rest of the browsers, and will it become the leader of the pack?
20 Jul 2015
Now that both plugins and Flash have a murky future ahead of them in our browsers, it seems like a good time to start using WebRTC instead of complaining it isn't available everywhere...
25 Jun 2015
Vendors don't usually support what's good for the customers or the world - they choose what's good for themselves. Check out the difference in support of WebRTC and WebAssembly as an example.
28 May 2015
Microsoft Edge won't be supporting VP8 in WebRTC anytime soon. Here's how all the browsers are lining up with their video codec support in WebRTC, and what you should expect to see by the end of 2015.
16 Mar 2015
Companies tapping into WebRTC's potential are really at the mercy of the primary browser vendors. Here's why I think that is true even when some of you disagree.