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WebRTC: Audio Video calling through Firefox and Google Chrome

A great news from big Web browser industries, Google chrome and mozilla firefox that announced if they are developed the new technology called WebRTC that allow you to make video and audio calling through web browser, especially between mozilla firefox and Google chrome or chromium browser, on the demo video that was released on the official blog Mozilla firefox and chromium blog, they are try to make video calling between mozilla firefox and google chrome,

The official Chromium blog it’s say
For the first time, Chrome and Firefox can “talk” to each other via WebRTC. WebRTC is a new set of technologies that brings clear crisp voice, sharp high-definition (HD) video and low-delay communication to the web browser.

The official Mozilla firefox blog it’s say
Mozilla is excited to announce that we’ve achieved a major milestone in WebRTC development: WebRTC RTCPeerConnection interoperability between Firefox and Chrome. This effort was made possible because of the close collaboration between the open Web community and engineers from both Mozilla and Google.

It’s like you are using skype, which you can perform video and audio calling to to your friends via internet connection, to using WebRTC you must update your web browser to the latest version, you can download the latest mozilla firefox for Mac here, and the latest google chrome for Mac here.

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