Typically, your phone’s web browser has to process nearly 100 web links before you see an entire page. It has to make multiple requests and spend a lot of time idling. Vroom, however, bundles the info that a browser needs to load a page. When your browser requests info, the server also provides “hints” about other necessary resources and coordinates the delivery of that content to make the most of your phone’s processor.
The code does have a catch, as the name suggests: the web server has to know how to reshuffle data. Even if Vroom was ready right away (it isn’t), it’d take a while to propagate. However, there’s a realistic chance of that happening. The project has the backing of Google’s Faculty Research Award, the National Science Foundation and MIT, so there’s clearly interest in translating this technology to the real world.
social experiment by Livio Acerbo #greengroundit from https://www.engadget.com/2017/08/27/vroom-doubles-mobile-web-browsing-speed/