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Alok Saboo
Works at Georgia State University
Attended Pennsylvania State University
Lives in Atlanta, GA
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WebRTC is an open source real-time communications standard for web browsers exposed through JavaScript APIs. The goal as stated on the project’s webpage: To enable rich, high quality, RTC applications to be developed in the browser via... | Alex Freska | I do a little engineering and not much else
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+Philipp Hancke obviously the efforts of all of you working in this are an important force and I feel that the rough, bleeding edges will eventually be smoothed by the sharing of this exact kind of information. I hope this and other communities, conferences and whatever will help in that effort.
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Video conferencing isn't something most people get excited about. Until recently, the field has been dominated by the likes of Polycom and Cisco in the enterprise sphere, and Skype and Google Plus picking up the slack in the consumer sphere. Commonly, video conferencing hasn't been done especially well. For the most part Skype stutters and glitches…
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Just tried it and I quite like it.  Still a few glitches but very nice HTML 5.
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What is the best way to use my Android tablet as a digital photo frame with Google+ photos? I am surprised that Google has not baked in this feature. 

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Now lets hope they are listening...
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+Sascha Daniels I think the answer to that question is: "VoIP will replace gsm in the same manner that it "replaced" PSTN. Slowly, as carriers integrate VoIP themselves, the data will be fast enough and reliable enough, possibly depending on ubiquitous wifi or something like it. Time frame: 5-25 years :-)
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Anyone with a spare OnePlus One invite?
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There's an order day coming up
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Yes, it works. In fact they were on VUC not too long ago. 
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IMO adds WebRTC support - adds plugin-free video calls
imo’s features include voice messages, free video calls, chat groups, and more. Click to learn about all the other features imo messenger has to offer.
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Modern communications technology was supposed to obliterate space, enabling us to encounter and talk to each other far beyond the boundaries of the backyard fence or the neighborhood pub. Eliminate the barriers and costs of communicating across longer distances—as cell phones and the internet have—and, the theory went, our social circles would no longer have...
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The death of voice is over rated...
Americans talk more on their mobile phones than do people from any other country.
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I wouldn't be surprised if they also pay more than most!
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Yes, I noticed the inevitable! Very cool for presentations.
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Assistant Professor of Marketing at Georgia State University
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  • Georgia State University
    Assistant Professor of Marketing, 2012 - present
  • Penn State University
    PhD candidate in Marketing at Penn State University, 2007 - 2012
  • ICICI Prudential Life Insurance Co
    Group Product Manager, 2006 - 2007
  • Tata Consultancy Services
    CRM Consultant, 2004 - 2006
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State College, PA - India - Mumbai - Delhi - Bhandara - Seoni
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Assistant Professor of Marketing at Georgia State University and a geek to the core. 
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  • Pennsylvania State University
    Marketing, 2007 - 2012
  • International Management Institute, New Delhi
    Marketing, 2002 - 2004
  • Mumbai University
    Computer Engineering, 1997 - 2001
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Nice family run popcorn place. They don't have as many varieties as some of the others, but they have the popular ones. I have shopped there twice and am happy with the quality/quantity of the popcorns.
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Went to Casa Rio with my colleagues. It is an old style Mexican joint on the river walk. They have seating inside or right next to the river walk, if you prefer. The place was extremely crowded when we went and we waited for about 40 minutes to be seated. The wait staff was clearly overworked and it took them almost forever to get anything even after we were seated. The food was good - I've had better Mexican food. I tried the chicken flautas and they were not the same as what I'm used to having at other places - may be it was the real deal, but I'm not sure if I was super impressed.
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Found it on ScoutMob and was very happy that I found this place. They have both hot and cold subs and enough choices for both options. Everything is prepared right in front of your eyes, so you can see what is going in your sandwich. We picked the Grilled Veggie Sub and loved it. A large sub can easily serve two people of moderate appetite. Overall a great place, worth trying!
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