Does WebRTC Make Skype Useless?

Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox recently held a video call using nothing but two web browsers and WebRTC (Real-Time Communications):
http://www.favbrowser.com/webrtc-just-became-usable/

Does this replace the need for Skype??

Here are a few other resources on the subject:

WebDriver API Draft Published, Enables Remote Browser Control For Automated Tests

It’s not here yet, but…

The W3C just published a draft of the WebDriver API, which will enable browser and platform agnostic control over browsers for automated testing… and [it] looks to be a fairly nice way to write scripts to control browser behavior, DOM manipulation and inspection, and more from a separate controlling process. This will make it possible for automated testing scripts to open browser windows, run tests, and get results back from multiple browsers simultaneously.

http://badassjs.com/post/40778765073/webdriver-api-draft-published-enables-remote-browser

Testing Layout on Multiple Devices: Remote Preview

Remote preview is a tiny JavaScript based tool which … allows you to preview any URL on large number of mobile devices simultaneously. Just enter a URL, hit enter, and new URL gets automatically loaded on each device. Remote preview works on platforms like Android, Blackberry, iOS, Maemo, Meego, Symbian, Windows Phone and WebOS.

http://viljamis.com/blog/2012/remote-preview/