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A new look inside the code of Internet Explorer 11 in the leaked Windows Blue build shows evidence that IE11 could support SPDY, a protocol developed by Google for faster web page loading times.
There are many aspects of technology that can be tweaked in order to speed a user's Internet experience up; web pages optimized, purchase a faster connection, or even just update software. Google has apparently bypassed...