A few weeks ago Google released a beta version of Chrome for Android, which is substantially different than the built-in Android browser. It offers some cool new features, which are outlined quite well in the videos on the Chromium blog. Both Sencha and Firt reviewed and had high praise for it’s HTML5 support and more.
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As you may have heard, Akamai acquired Blaze today.
This is obviously big news for Blaze, and we’re thoroughly excited about it. Beyond that, we see this as a big moment for the field of Front-End Optimization (FEO), and for the goal of making the web faster. Having Akamai provide an automated FEO solution will make this technology easily available to thousands of the top websites in the world, and make a real impact on the web. Read the rest of this entry »
Google is probably the biggest evangelist of speeding up the web, and spends millions each year on making the web faster. More specifically, Google offers users insight into their page load times, using two separate “Real User Monitoring” views: “Site Performance” in Google Webmaster Tools (WMT), and “Site Speed” in Google Analytics (GA).