Firefox Nightly gets WebRTC communications feature powered by TokBox’s OpenTok video and voice platform


Mozilla today announced a new WebRTC communications feature has landed in Firefox Nightly. The company has partnered with TokBox, which not only helped with development of the project but is responsible for the OpenTok video and voice platform that powers the service. Details are still scarce as Mozilla is calling this an experimental feature. The company is promising, however, that the goal is to “connect everyone with a WebRTC-enabled browser” without any additional plugins or downloads. Here is Mozilla’s pitch: If you have a browser, a camera and a mic, you’ll be able to make audio and video calls to...

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