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Google tests data compression proxy feature to speed up Chrome for Android, like Opera Turbo and Amazon Silk

thenextweb.com
Google’s Chrome for Android team is experimenting with a new data compression proxy feature to speed up browsing similar to the methods used by Opera Turbo and Amazon Silk. The feature is currently optional but could one day be flipped on by default if Google deems it ready, significantly helping...
Google tests data compression proxy feature to speed up Chrome for Android, like Opera Turbo and Amazon Silk

Offline over the weekend? Here's the tech news you missed

thenextweb.com
If you found it possible to put down your phone, switch off your computer, hide your tablet and have some good old fashioned offline time this weekend, well done – but here’s what you missed. We’ve included a roundup of the news and good reads from The Next Web and...
Offline over the weekend? Here's the tech news you missed

Chrome Beta For Android Gets Support For Experimental Data Compression On Google's Servers, Reduces Data Usage By 50%

techcrunch.com
Google just announced that it has released a new feature for the Chrome Beta for Android that could speed up web browsing and save bandwidth for mobile Chrome users. With this proxy feature turned on, all your web requests will be routed through Google’s servers, where the company then uses...
Chrome Beta For Android Gets Support For Experimental Data Compression On Google's Servers, Reduces Data Usage By 50%

Cloudkick Moves (Quickly) Into the Hot Hybrid Cloud Market

gigaom.com
Cloudkick, a San Francisco-based cloud monitoring startup, today launched Hybrid Cloudkick, an extension to its cloud-monitoring service that brings non-cloud servers into the fold. The company is moving pretty fast with a major upgrade just a few months after releasing its flagship service to the public, but rolling out new...
Cloudkick Moves (Quickly) Into the Hot Hybrid Cloud Market
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