Amazon Introduces Silk Web Browser for Tablets

Amazon has finally launches its smart web browser called ‘Silk’ for that can be available for both tablet and cloud.

The recently launched web browser Silk significantly reduces the on load times as well as request times by dividing the workload between the tablet and Amazon’s EC2. Amazon’s insightfully integrate the cloud computing into the Silk browser that enables it to load pages quickly.

The new web browser by Amazon also has the ability to bring into play the predictive technology. The technology uses the machine learning to predict the user behavior as he/she is going to do next.

Amazon at press event in New York demonstrate the working of Silk browser, where it loaded 53 static file images, 39 dynamic files, 30 JavaScript files and 3 Flash files just in seconds.

The engineers at Amazon while describing the philosophy behind using Silk as their browser name said, “A thread of silk is an invisible yet incredibly strong connection between two different things.” The intentions are pretty much clear behind this description, i.e. the ‘strong connection between two things’ is a reference made in context to the relationship between the cloud and Amazon’s browser.

The video given will further help you understand the credibility of the Amazon’s new cloud-based browser, Silk.

Enjoyed this article? Submit your email to receive daily news and updates.

***You must click confirmation link sent in email. If you don't see the email, check spam folder.

Filed in: Amazon, Browsers, News Tags: , , ,

Leave a Reply

Submit Comment

© 2022 Tech Readers. Reproduction without explicit permission is prohibited. All Rights Reserved. XHTML / CSS Valid.