Staying connected in all conditions with Opera

When we heard that Field Productions was making a documentary about freeskiing and snowboarding, we had to get in touch. What makes this documentary resonate with us at Opera is that it emphasizes one of the key features of our browser: we help you stay connected in all conditions. Our Off-Road mode in the Opera...

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Five apps to use with Opera Max

Avoiding certain apps because of their heavy data usage? Our data-savings app Opera Max finally solves that problem. Here are a few of our favorite (data-sucking) apps that work great with Opera Max. Vine perfectly demonstrates the power of Opera Max. The user base of this video-sharing app has exploded over the last year. The problem...

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The YouTube buzz on Opera Max

We’ve seen some great articles about Opera Max, including a bunch of neat videos on YouTube. Here’s some of the videos that we find interesting: Top 10 apps for Android? Check out this video YouTuber Facundo Holzmeister. Tech blog, TechPP met up with Sergey Lossev, head of Opera Max. Tech channel GadgetsToUse gives us a...

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See the Opera browser on Nokia X

In case you haven’t heard, Opera will be shipping on Nokia’s new X phones. Future Nokia X owners can also choose to set the preinstalled Opera browser as their default browser. Some tech-journalists from Gadgets to Use were in Barcelona for Mobile World Congress 2014. They wanted to see how the Opera browser looks on...

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25 facts. Celebrating the web’s 25th birthday.

Twenty-five years ago, British computer scientist Sir Tim Berners-Lee made a proposal for what we know now as the Word Wide Web. Håkon Wium Lie, our Chief Technology Officer, worked with Berners-Lee in the early 90s. He is also widely known as “Father of CSS.” He recalls the first time he realized how big the...

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