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Submission + - Amazon's New Browser, Silk, Is Using a Split Archi (infoq.com)

aabelro writes: Amazon has created Silk, a WebKit-based browser using SPDY to maintain a single connection with services hosted on AWS where web pages are preloaded and prepared for being pushed to the device. The effect: faster browsing, less device power consumption and better security.
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Amazon's New Browser, Silk, Is Using a Split Archi

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Real Programs don't use shared text. Otherwise, how can they use functions for scratch space after they are finished calling them?

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