Do you want to remove specific stuff from Firefox interface? Make it minimalistic look, light and clean? Well, you can do that.
As expected, world’s most popular mobile web browser Opera Mini 4.2 Beta is now released. The following release now supports long awaited skins as well as got some nice improvements.
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Better handling of RTSP, enabling more users to watch video Continue Reading
Have few minutes of your spare time to help Opera? Then go ahead, fill this survey.
What statement best describes your feelings?
How native does Opera look on your OS?
Are there any specific areas that feel out of place? Areas where the UI is done right? Please provide as much detail as you can, and be constructive!
Or is it? In the Power to Developers conference, the following “question” was asked to Microsoft CEO, Steve Ballmer:
If I was a Microsoft share holder I would want to know why Microsoft is sinking so much money into its own Web browser rendering engine when there are others available for free.
What was his reply? Continue Reading
In the “Opera China and Web Standards” conversation, the following information was revealed:
“Our CTO, Håkon Wium Lie, is the co-founder of CSS, and we are the first browser to fully support SVG”
What is SVG?
Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) is a new graphics file format and Web development language based on XML. Continue Reading
The latest Firefox 3.1 Beta nightly build now includes private browsing mode (Tools > Private Browsing) which was dropped before Firefox 3.0 Final release.
This feature will allow you to surf the web anonymously. Once you return to a normal browsing mode, it will automatically delete all tracking data such as: cookies, cache, history, saved passwords, etc. Continue Reading
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