With an ever-growing selection on Google Play, it can be near impossible to cut through all the clut
The Firefox developer releases a tool called mozjpeg that cuts image file sizes by about 10 percent through judicious optimization. The goal: a faster Web.
Among several other enhancements, this successor to the 645D is the first in the category to capture video as well as 51-megapixel stills.
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Other browser makers are unmoved by file-size advantages of the image format, but Google is pressing ahead. And it's saving terabytes of network usage a day on its own sites.
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Addressing early criticisms, Google finalizes how its image file format will handle metadata and color profiles. Also new: faster encoding and animation support.
Web developers and graphic artists who want to try the data-saving graphics format now have two choices of open-source plug-ins for Photoshop.
High dynamic range photography is a popular way to bypass cameras' weaknesses in capturing bright and dark scenes, and Dolby hopes its technology will help.
Switching just one Google site to its own image format saves the company terabytes of network traffic a day. Maybe showing it off will help it find some allies, too.
The CD has been around for more than 30 years, and it's always been 100 percent uncompressed and super reliable.
With WebP, Google hopes to drastically cut data-transfer barriers to Web browsing. But it's not easy to challenge JPEG's dominance.