TechCrunch reports the next version of HTTP will use Google's SPDY protocol as its basis, you can read more about HTTP 2.0 over here.
It will still be more than two years before we can expect to see the final revision of HTTP 2.0, the successor to the HTTP 1.1 standard which dictates how virtually every application on the web communicates today. Given how much the web has changed since HTTP 1.1 became the law of the land in 1999, it’s long been clear that a major revision would be necessary. A number of organizations, including Microsoft and Google, submitted proposals for this update over the last few months. Last week, the IETF HTTPbis Working Group responsible for this new version met in Vancouver, Canada to discuss the proposed changes and start the process of defining HTTP 2.0. Judging from the state of these current discussions, HTTP 2.0 will adopt Google’s increasingly popular SPDY protocol as the basis for its own standard.