Over at the Chromium blog, Google has announced a project they've been working on called 'SPeeDY.' It's an updated transport protocol for the web which improves upon HTTP, reducing latency through network-fu like multiplexed streams, request prioritization, and header compression. "We started working on SPDY while exploring ways to optimize the way browsers and servers communicate," says the...
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