The compression algorithm Brotli in Chrome and Firefox

Good news for those waiting compression algorithm Brotli launch and integration in Chrome: Soon Internet browser can be faster and consume less electricity from the battery can be used when the smartphone.

Brotli can be more efficient, with up to 26% to the current compression algorithm, Zopfli and better data compression means that web pages load faster, less traffic on mobile devices and a battery that takes longer.

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