I did a Q&A with Mirosoft's James Cadd on how Microsoft is adding WebRTC support to the Windows platform for developers - what they call Universal Windows Platform (UWP). This is a big deal for exposing WebRTC to the massive Windows developer audience. Interestingly, this is a different
In this post for Dialogic I talked about how Microsoft is very pro-WebRTC, despite misconceptions of its past introduction of an alternative standard and support of ORTC.
See the post on Dialogic's blog here.
I hypothesized a bit on how easily Airbnb could start using WebRTC and how the hospitality industry could start using the same technology in response.
See my No Jitter post here: How WebRTC Could Disrupt the Hospitality Industry.