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  1. Firefox 24 for Android gets WebRTC support by default

    WebRTC is now on Firefox for Android as well as Firefox Desktop! Firefox 24 for Android now supports mozGetUserMedia, mozRTCPeerConnection, and DataChannels by default. mozGetUserMedia has been in desktop releases since Firefox 20, and mozPeerConnection and DataChannels since Firefox 22, and we’re excited that Android Read more…

  2. WebRTC comes to Firefox

    As we mentioned in the Hacks blog back in April , WebRTC will be on by default in Firefox 22. getUserMedia (gUM) has been on by default since Firefox 20. PeerConnection and DataChannel, which enable video/audio calling and peer-to-peer data sharing, are what’s new in Read more…

  3. WebRTC Update: Our first implementation will be in release soon. Welcome to the Party! But Please Watch Your Head.

    I want to share some useful and exciting updates on Firefox’s WebRTC implementation and provide a sneak peak at some of our plans for WebRTC moving forward. I’ll then ask Adam Roach, who has worked in the VoIP/SIP space on IETF standards for over a Read more…

  4. Google and MPEG LA Agree, Free VP8

    Today Google and the MPEG LA jointly announced a licensing agreement with 11 companies to protect all users of the VP8 video codec. With the agreement in place, developers can make great sites with WebM without fear of legal retribution. As a quick refresher, MPEG Read more…

  5. Hello Chrome, it’s Firefox calling!

    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. RTCPeerConnection (also Read more…

  6. Progress update on WebRTC for Firefox on desktop

    WebRTC for desktop is now in Firefox Nightly and is also in Firefox Aurora, though Nightly has the hottest up-to-date fixes. We support mozGetUserMedia, mozRTCPeerConnection and DataChannels. We have a basic UI for mozGetUserMedia which we expect to be updating in the coming weeks. Enabling Read more…