Norway-based Vivaldi Technologies has released a new version of its browser for the Android mobile operating system, which it says has added WebRTC leak protection and auto-clearing of browsing data upon exit.
Australian tech start-up Teleportivity has launched its updated comm-tech platform at CeBIT 2018, which "captures the effectiveness of face-to-face communication by connecting users to a human operator through digital screens" so businesses can redistribute staff to any location instantaneously.
The latest release of the Firefox open source web browser contains several new features and improvements, plus a generous helping of security fixes.
There seems to be no end to the emergence of disruptive forces threatening to radically reshape the telecoms industry. The latest is WebRTC and its impact will be huge but not as damaging to telcos as some pundits predict.
Ericsson has launched what its says is the first WebRTC enabled browser for mobile devices, enabling application developers to incorporate voice and video communications into their browser based mobile applications.
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