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Chrome browser gets WebRTC baked in for Skype challenge
January 20, 2012 | Hogan Keyser
Plans to integrate WebRTC into Chrome were revealed last summer, with the tech being an open-source way to call upon standardized voice/video communication without stepping outside of the browser. Eventually, it could mean apps like Google Talk - which is being migrated over to use WebRTC - could challenge rivals like Skype from any standards-compliant browser, rather than demanding a separate app be installed.
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