I think HTTP compression is pretty much standard these days, but this is a much more agressive model. It's probably got something similar to Amazon's Silk behind it, so it's much more than a client-side technology.
Does Silk really help? I remember early benchmarks not showing much improvement if any.
@spivonious: My wife has a Kindle Fire, and I'd be hard pressed to see any subjective difference.
She needs to install the ram-doubling software, first. It's only $99.99.
And plug in an SD card or memory stick and use ReadyBoost...oh wait this is Android.
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