6 safe web-browsing tips

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The web brings us a lot of interesting content. However, without the right safety precautions, it can become a virtual minefield with malicious sites, viruses and other threats. We take your browsing security in Opera very seriously, so we’re here to help you steer clear. Here are some simple safe web-browsing tips to protect you...

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Get more control of social notifications with Opera Mini

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Want to know right away when your travel buddies have finally shared those awesome pictures from your trip last summer? Or, would you rather control your notification settings, so you can have a little peace and quiet from your social-network profile? You can customize your notifications with the Opera Mini for Android browser. Get Facebook...

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5 things you should know before Windows 10 launch date

Are you psyched for the Windows 10 launch date? Lots of us are looking forward to the shift to the new Windows 10, and no wonder, since it brings back the beloved Start Menu from Windows 7, an improved voice-control system (aka Cortana), and, all in all, a better interface. To avoid last-minute surprises and...

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The 90s’ internet guide for kids

In last week’s post, I shared a video about how people in the 90s talked about the internet. I’ve scoured YouTube again, and found another interesting classic internet gem posted by user PDCS216. Do you think an internet guide for kids is necessary? Here’s a video of the Jamison family showing kids how to say...

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This week: YouTuber beats Super Mario World, blindfolded

Here’s a quick roundup of stories worth sharing. I promise you, you’ll get your dose of Friday fun at the end of this article. 5 tips for making great videos Do you wish sometimes you could make fantastic videos like those you see on YouTube or Facebook, but don’t know where to start? We’ve all...

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What’s the future of mobile data in Nigeria?

Nigeria is one of the largest and fastest growing “mobile first” countries in the world. However, only around 38% of Nigerians access mobile data. And, in reality, this number is likely to be significantly lower when considering those who regularly access the internet on their phones. Recently, I talked to CNBC Africa about the future...

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