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Firefox 22: Look Ma, No Plug-ins!

Firefox 22, launched by the Mozilla Foundation on Tuesday, supports voice calling, video chat and peer-to-peer file sharing through the browser without plug-ins, thanks to full support for the WebRTC application programming interface. Firefox and Google Chrome support WebRTC, but currently Microsoft’s Internet Explorer and Apple’s Safari browser do not. WebRTC will be on by default in Firefox 22, but the developers are still working out some kinks.

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