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Sunday June 30, 2013

Google QUICkens Chrome with Network Speed-Boost

Google prides its Chrome Browser for its speed and is constantly finding new ways to make it even faster. Google has introduced ‘QUIC’ to selected dev channel users for a test run of its performance.

Google has a powerful interest in a faster Internet. Lower delays mean Web pages and services respond faster, and that generally means people use the Internet more.

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