Researcher Ravi Netravali tells Motherboard that ultimately his team wants to open-source Polaris. That would hopefully lead to browser extensions featuring the tech and perhaps even working with the likes of Google or Mozilla to make it a native part of the browser.
MIT has a way to speed up web browsing by 34 percentInstead of using compression, the framework changes the order browsers retrieve data.
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MIT has a way to speed up web browsing by 34 percent