Tag archive for: #OperaBrowser

Fall is upon us here in Oslo HQ. This means unpredictable weather, heavy wind, and yellow leaves. But that doesn’t mean we’re not busy cranking out new releases. Our fastest browser for Android has now been updated to Opera 16. This update includes Chromium 29 and a new “instant back” feature. When you click Back,...

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We turn 18 years old today. Opera started in 1994 as a research project in Telenor, a Norwegian telecommunications company. A year later, on August 30, 1995, the project branched out as a separate company. Today, Opera continues to improve the way we access the web. A lot has happened this year.We began with our...

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JUMP LISTS NOW SUPPORTED FOR WINDOWS Jump lists are now supported on Windows. Jump lists allow quicker navigation from the task bar, like getting an overview of your Speed Dial. SUPPORT FOR W3C GEOLOCATION API The geolocation API lets you share your location with trusted websites. When you visit a location-aware website, like foursquare, the...

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Today, only 2.7 billion people are connected to the internet. The cost of getting online is one of the biggest challenges for users worldwide. We want to help get the next five billion online. For the last 17 years, we have built products and services to get people online. We believe in the power of...

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There are some who actually get it mixed up somehow. No, it’s not a search engine. It’s not a website either. Not very surprising, though. The Internet can sometimes be very confusing. Grovo.com‘s 60-second videos helps sharpen our internet skills. What is a web browser?

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On the bus, in the park, while hiking – are you online wherever you are? We'd love to see just how connected you are. Inspire us with a photo of yourself while browsing online.Follow us on Twitter – @opera, and hashtag your Twitter picture with #OperaWherever.#OperaWherever will be underway from July 23, 2013 -17:00 CEST...

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One of Opera’s most popular features is Off-Road mode. It’s designed to keep your mobile device online anywhere, anytime – even under extreme conditions. Just how extreme? We put our mobile browsers in the hands of two of the world’s top BASE jumpers, Tom Erik Heimen and Kjersti Eide, on their latest excursion to the...

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