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Old 10th February 2015, 10:43   #1
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Default Google to speed up Chrome with the next version of HTTP

Google is giving up on its homegrown SPDY protocol, which aimed to deliver a faster web browsing experience in Chrome than tried and true HTTP. Instead, it's adopting HTTP/2 -- an upgraded version of the protocol that's close to being standardized --...

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