Okay, I can’t confirm or deny the following information. It was sent by one of our readers earlier today.
According to the message, Opera 10 Beta should hit the streets on April while final release is set to be released on September.
Opera 10 Beta, April 2009
Opera 10 Beta 2, June 2009
Opera 10 RC 1, August 2009
Opera 10 Final, September 2009
I am sure we will be able to confirm or deny that later this year.
Thanks to Tim.
It looks like Opera Software has finally started to focus more on its products advertising. Opera will unveil a “very aggressive” advertising campaign designed to promote Opera for mobile phones. “Over our history, we’ve spent zero [on advertising], so it’s a huge shift” Opera’s Software SVP Rod Hamlin said.
And if that’s not enough, Opera has also placed the following message on a billboard near Microsoft Redmond campus: “Be a Real Internet explorer…Opera.com.” Sadly, there are no pictures yet.
Here is something for you: a new web browser. Now, before you stop reading about yet another new web browser, please note: this is not a regular one.
So what is Lunascape then?
It’s the world’s first triple engine web browser. Yes, it’s a hybrid. Here is a simple formula: Continue Reading
After all those SunSpider tests where Opera was not very close from the worst: Internet Explorer 8 and beaten by Firefox, Safari and Google Chrome, they are developing a new weapon: Carakan.
So what is Carakan?
- Microsoft’s Automatic Update – the way to browser competition?
- ThinkPad users beware of Internet Explorer hang problems
- MS Propping Up Browser Dominance
- Further Windows Mobile 6.5 screenshots leak: IE mobile gets new controls
- Ultimate fix for a Firefox update failure
- Google Updates Firefox Toolbar with Personalized Tab Page
- Twitterbar Firefox add-on
- Bang On: Firefox, you’re kind of ugly
- Firefox and Chrome Clickjacked
- Google fakes out Hotmail for Chrome support
- Google Chrome for Mac is a Hack
- Can Opera Beat Microsoft In The Browser Wars?
Ever wondered what would browsers market share look like in the Jan, 2010? Well, using simple moving average trend and drawing a line between it’s easy to check that. So here’s how it would look like if there won’t be any drastic changes, such as “Internet Explorer come back”.
Internet Explorer Continue Reading
It is time to check how web browsers market share is doing in the first month of 2009.
Internet Explorer continues its trend with a loss of 0.6%, from 68.15 to 67.55.
Firefox has grabbed an extra of 0.19% market share, from 21.34% to 21.53%
The biggest gainer this month is Safari with an increase of 0.36%, from 7.93% to 8.29% Continue Reading
ZDNet Australia has compared the following web browsers in SunSpider (yet again) and Google V8 2 benchmarks:
Internet Explorer 8 Release Candidate 1 (RC1)
Firefox 3.1b1 (although b2 was released some time ago)
Opera 10.00 Alpha
Results are actually quite interesting, when you compare IE 8 RC1 with Opera 10 Alpha. Continue Reading
Infoworld inspected all the major web browsers and got some really interesting points to say about each of them.
Here are conclusions for each of the web browsers (also, links to full articles):
How Secure is Internet Explorer?
IE has no peer in enterprise deployment features. Using the Internet Explorer 8 Deployment Guide, administrators can deploy and configure more than 1,300 IE-related settings via Active Directory Group Policy or the Internet Explorer Administration Kit. It is the only browser in the review to support Kerberos authentication over the Web. Continue Reading