One of the main questions and answers today about: What will be the future of making phone calls from any Web Browser? , , , , , … Most people who are reading tech news thinks that the future is already here, and HTML5 is a standard, which gives us possibility to create real-time audio/video communications () in desktop or mobile devices. Unfortunately, it’s not true. Let’s talk about what is real. [dt_divider style=”double-gap”/] [dt_divider style=”double-gap”/] [dt_divider style=”narrow”/] One more thing…? [dt_divider style=”narrow”/] Some other articles you may read: Flasphoner: Do you think HTML5-WebRTC Phone Ready? not yet OnSIP.com/blog: WebRTC, SIP and HTML5 brief introduction InfoWorld.com: WebRTC Browser communications standard has serveral hurdles clear Pro.Clubic.com: Interview w3c retour enjeux WebRTC Formtek/blog: WebRTC to Enable Peer-to-Peer Browser Communications [dt_divider style=”narrow”/]
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