If you have missed today’s Up North Web event, here is your chance to see its webcast right now.
Just head over to the following site where you can find 4 videos from:
Håkon Wium Lie
Jon von Tetzchner
As well as some photos.
The world is coming to an end, as Opera Software has just announced its plans to bring extensions to the upcoming Opera 11 web browser.
According to Norwegian software company, Opera tried to make it easy for developers to port already existing extensions from other browsers.
Extensions will be based on the W3C Widget specifications and this is being considered for an Open Standard effort.
Today, Opera Software has released a new version of Opera browser that is 10.63.
In addition to user interface, scripting and miscellaneous bug fixes, this release also includes 5 security related patches. Therefore, it’s a recommended update for every Opera 10.6x user.
Download Link: Opera 10.63
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Back in January of 2010, Opera Software has acquired a mobile advertising company “AdMarvel”.
Ever wondered what could possibly come out of this? Today, company has announced its plans to join mobile advertising market with its cloud-based, “Open Mobile Ad Exchange” platform.
As Opera Software co-founder Jon von Tetzchner said, “there will be ads where you’re used to seeing ads,”.
Although there are almost 70 million Opera Mini users worldwide, it’s still unclear how exactly the company will attract potential advertisers and whether or not this product becomes a huge success.
If you are eager to try a newer version of Opera 10.6 branch web browser, then here is your chance.
Today, company has released a release candidate build of Opera 10.63 desktop browser, focusing on stability (a total of 11 crash related issues fixed) and bug squashing.