Few weeks ago Google released WebRTC, a new open project that provides Internet users with the ability to communicate in real-time via voice and video by simply using a Real-Time Communications (RTC) compatible browser. We think it’s great for further evolution of the Internet and web technologies and, of course, we will work hard to add WebRTC support for our platform. There are still a lot of questions regarding browsers that will have WebRTC support and how long it will take to add this capabilities, but we are ready to use innovative technologies to improve user experience. We also continue using Adobe Flash, because now it’s the only option for service like Zingaya and we will need to support fallback to Flash if browser doesn’t have new capabilities anyway. But the future of web-based communications seems to be really bright.