Monthly archive for: December 2015

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2015 is a big year both for us and for you who use Opera on your computers and mobile devices. In September, we rebranded Opera. Also this year we added more data-savings features, further cementing our spot as the leader in compression technology. It is important to us that we serve you products and apps...

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If you don’t know it yet, Giphy is one of the best places in the world to search for, share and create GIFs. GIFs from GIPHY pop up everywhere on Facebook. You might have also noticed the GIPHY app in Facebook Messenger. Recently, the Giphy team released an Opera extension to help you keep up...

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This guest blog is compiled by strategy advisor Johan Brockfield. Johan is a team member in Making Waves, a strategy and digital consultancy company based in Oslo, Norway. Where is technology going in 2016? We’ve read many trend reports, and here’s what we think these global trends might mean for the market and society. 1....

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Our Opera bloggers are dedicated to bringing you interesting, useful content, to help you get the most out of technology and enjoy a better internet experience. With the end of the year upon us, we took a look at our  hits – and misses – in the Opera blog,  so we can make sure our...

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Hello! My name is Ruth, here with my fellow social-media ninja Angela. If you follow Opera on Twitter or Facebook, you might have seen our names before:   It’s been a year full of learning but, more than that, it’s been a lot of fun: Sometimes, it can feel like the internet is a noisy...

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Apparently, email isn’t going to die anytime soon. Building on my previous post in this series, “Is email dead?”, I want to share a few practical email tips with you. If you work with email in the browser, here are 4 Opera extensions to simplify things for you. Email Shortcuts You don’t have to keep...

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Just before the 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference wraps up on December 11, the chief scientist of the Kon-Tiki2 expedition, Dr. Cecilie Mauritzen, published a letter online to help put oceans on the UN’s agenda. Mauritzen’s letter is addressed to the summit on behalf of the ocean: What the Ocean would have said. On...

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