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#1 @webrtcexpo

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One-stop source for the latest news, info, & analysis surrounding webRTC and only webRTC.

Why you should follow?

This handle gets all the content from www.webrtcworld.com. This website hosts all the RTC experts on the planet. They share their knowledge freely (the way it should be) to everyone seeking. You can read all things webRTC from plans to R&D to businesses making profit out of it.

#2 @googlechrome

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The official Twitter account for the Google Chrome browser, OS, Chromebooks, Chromecast, and Web Store.

Why you should follow?

WebRTC is a free, open project that enables web browsers with Real-Time Communications (RTC) capabilities via simple JavaScript APIs. WebRTC is highly dependent on browsers. In-fact Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, and Opera are the major supporters for the webRTC project. Google Chrome has always been the first one to update about webRTC developments. The official webRTC page www.webrtc.org is maintained by the Google team.

#3 @firefox

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The official twitter account of Mozilla Firefox. Their bio is quite interesting – “I make the web a little faster, safer, smarter, better.”

Why you should follow?

As explained above, Firefox is certainly a prominent webRTC supporter. With about 20% share in the whole browser market you better not dare to miss an update about webRTC from Mozilla.

#4 @juberti

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Don’t judge this guy based on the pic. This guy is probably the best techie on earth when it comes to webRTC. He was recently awarded the best pioneer of webRTC award as well.

Why you should follow?

Justin Uberti, Tech Lead, Google WebRTC Project. #enoughsaid.

#5 @disruptivedean

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Telecom /Mobile industry analyst, consultant & public speaker. Contrarian, Visionary, Pragmatist. Founder of Disruptive Analysis & Disruptive Wireless blog.

Why you should follow?

disruptivewireless.blogspot.in The name itself suggests that Dean is a quite a Wikipedia himself when it comes to disruptive communication technologies. His punchline for most of his blogs is “Interested in webRTC revolution? subscribe.”

#6 @rtehrani

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CEO of TMC a Global Media Company focusing on Communications, technology, wireless, broadband, cloud, VoIP, fax, video, UC, servers, software & security.

Why you should follow?

Being the CEO of TMC itself requires to be on toes all the time. Rich has been publishing about internet communication even before I was born (1982). Rest assured you can be sure that this guy knows his stuff well. If he is talking about webRTC be sure you are the first ones to know about it and you know what you have to do to be in that place – FOLLOW.

#7 @elagerway

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Erik Lagerway. A very popular entrepreneur and pioneer in the webRTC community.

Why you should follow?

His bio says that he is a communications geek and web RTC advocate. Not many can dare say that, but I personally believe that they aptly describe him. Erik knows about VOIP, webRTC, and almost every other form of internet communication very well.

#8 @tsahil

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Tsahi Levent-Levi. A technologist at heart, with a passion for cooking, science fiction and a zest of WebRTC.

Why you should follow?

This VOIP and telecommunications expert firmly believes that webRTC is the future of communications. His updates are deep and most logical. His blog bloggeek.me is quite popular among webRTC fans, for it gives very good insights into the future of internet communications and webRTC.

#9 @1clickio

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This is one of the startups leveraging webRTC to enable video communication for your business, in your browser, in your workflow. Bio: Video communication for your business, in your browser, in your workflow. 1Click – Business customer support software simplified.

Why you should follow?

Our passion for webRTC is infinite. Ok that was probably a bit too much, but we just love it. We are firm believers that webRTC is going to revolutionize the way people communicate. We tweet and retweet all the updates from all accounts. Tip: instead of following all the accounts just follow us and you will have access to all updates.

#10 @w3c

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The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) develops interoperable technologies (specifications, guidelines, software, and tools) to lead the Web to its full potential.

Why you should follow?

88.4K people interested about new technology get updates via this account. You get updates on webRTC and beyond by following this account.

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1Click.io is pluggable video infrastructure and browser based video call solution for business. 1Click humanizes video business interactions and coverts your browser into a new conference room. Connect with customers across all devices through voice, video & text. Our video calling software for business is the best enterprise-level B2B live video solution.Experience the simplicity of 1Click video calling in your browser and in your workflow. visit our demo page.

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