An open source and royalty-free lossy video compression technology Theora 1.0 will be integrated to the next Firefox (already in Firefox 3.1 beta) and Opera browser releases.
Theora is a video codec with a small CPU footprint that offers easy portability and requires no patent royalties. Continue Reading
And it won’t be released (yet). As in the interview with one of the Opera guys it was said:
Opera’s engineers have developed a version of Opera Mini that can run on an Apple iPhone, but Apple won’t let the company release it because it competes with Apple’s own Safari browser.
Oh Come On!
Thanks to haavard for the source.
Earlier this month Opera Software released Opera 9.60 Final and just a few weeks after, 9.61 is already here. This release fixes Opera Link issues as well as few other bugs.
Fixed an issue with Opera Link which could generate duplicate bookmarks during the synchronization process
The image toggle button on the status bar is now a normal button, and does not have a menu Continue Reading
It’s about time. Looks like Opera Mobile 9.5 development takes a while. As it states in the blog post, there were more than just 1 release today:
Opera Mobile for Windows Mobile v9.5 beta2 (w/widget support)
Opera Mobile for Symbian UIQ v9.5 beta (w/widget support)
An updated Opera Widgets SDK
A developer version of Opera Widgets for Symbian Series60 (only available in the Widget SDK)
An updated widgets.opera.com with several mobile-optimized widgets Continue Reading
This tip will help you to resume a download (especially large size) in the following cases.
Accidentally removed transfer from the transfers tab.
Closed Opera with an intention to resume download next day but transfer is missing when Opera is started.
Resume download using another mirror.
1. Rename the downloaded part Continue Reading
Using Internet Explorer? Maybe Firefox, Safari, Opera or Chrome? Here’s a resource list for you by Doriano.
No matter which browser you prefer, there’s a plethora of ways to customize the way you surf the Web. There are countless plugins, extensions, toolbars and more. Some of these are easy to install while others require a little more effort.
We’ve put together a list of some of the best instructional resources for the most popular browsers today, including Microsoft Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Safari, Opera and even the still wet behind the ears rookie, Google Chrome.
Finally, right step was made towards Opera web browser development. With the Opera 9.6 released post, one of the Opera developers (olli) included this:
Starts testing Peregrine and Inline Spell check
Yes, it will finally have integrated inline spell check, just like every other browser. What’s next? Auto complete? Who knows, maybe.