An anonymous reader writes "It appears as if Google has quietly implemented the SPDY HTTP replacements in Chrome (well, we knew that), and its websites. All its websites were recently updated with SPDY features that address some of the HTTP latency issues. The result? Google says the pageload times were cut about in half. SPDY will be open source, so there is some hope that other browser manufacturers will add SPDY as well."
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