Opera Coast For iPhone and iPad Updated

By | September 25, 2015 | 1 Comment

Opera Coast For iPhone and iPad UpdatedOpera Coast For iPhone and iPad Updated

Complements the iOS9.

Following the introduction of a new logo, Opera Software has also released a brand new version of Opera Coast, which helps users to discover the awesome side of the web.

So what has changed? First (and most importantly), you can now change the default search engine to one of the following:

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Meet Opera’s New Logo & Branding

By | September 23, 2015 | 4 Comments

Goes from Opera Software to Opera.

In case you missed, yesterday, Norwegian browser maker has announced its new logo and slogan. As you can see in the video above (or below), it brought back the 3D effect, which was missing since Microsoft went all in with the flat UI and influenced other companies as well.

Here is a pretty meaningless video, which (I guess) should inspire you:
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Microsoft Edge Will Natively Support Skype Later This Year

By | September 22, 2015 | 1 Comment

Microsoft Edge Will Natively Support Skype Later This YearAnd few other bits.

In the world where everyone wants to move away from the plug-ins, it looks like developers behind Microsoft Edge feel the same way.

As detailed in the recent Skype Blog post, Microsoft’s web browser now supports ORTC API, which enables features like scalable video coding and simulcast. Therefore, users soon won’t have to install any Skype plug-ins and will be able to make video or voice calls without any effort.

While the is no exact ETA (as it’s software after all), the software giant did say that Skype for Web will be coming later this year.
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Stream & Play PC / NES / Playstation Games Through Google Chrome

By | September 21, 2015 | 0 Comments

Stream & Play PC / NES / Playstation Games Through Google ChromeNow here’s something pretty awesome (see the video below).

While nVidia was not busy manipulating benchmarks, it looks like they have managed to create a pretty awesome Chrome extension, which allows you to play PC games on your web browser. Not just any PC games, all PC games, including NES, SNES and more.

How? The streaming technology.
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Google Chrome May Soon Become The Most Popular Mobile Web Browser

By | September 18, 2015 | 2 Comments

Now here is an interesting prediction that could become true before we enter into the 2016. We have been doing browser market share reports for more than 8 years’ now and it looks like the most recent data from NetApplications indicates that Google Chrome could soon overtake Safari and become the #1 web browser.

Assuming the trend continues (with a minor bump for Safari’s market share due to the new hardware release), we are looking at the November – December timeframe.
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FYI: AVG Sells Your Browsing History To The Third Parties

By | September 17, 2015 | 1 Comment

FYI: AVG Sells Your Browsing History To The Third PartiesYou are the product.

If you are on Windows 8 or 10 and for some reason decided not to use Security Essentials / Windows Defender and have switched to AVG anti-virus instead, then good news for advertisers: they now have your browsing and search history as well meta data, your ISP and apps that are installed on your computer.

As stated in AVG’s privacy policy:
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Microsoft Edge Will Be Coming To The Xbox One, Extensions Is A Priority

By | September 16, 2015 | 0 Comments

Microsoft Edge Will Be Coming To Xbox One, Extensions Is A PriorityAnd few other bits…

Today, Microsoft’s Edge team has hosted another AMA on Twitter, resulting in some new (yet expect) information.

For example: a long time ago the software giant has confirmed that Xbox One will receive Windows 10 later this year and unsurprisingly, today they have also confirmed that Microsoft Edge will be included as well.

When asked about extensions, it was revealed that it is a priority for Microsoft and that they are still working on it, no ETA yet though.
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Worldwide Web Browsers Market Share (Animation)

By | September 15, 2015 | 0 Comments

Worldwide Web Browsers Market Share (Animation)Recently, Business Insider has posted an article, which includes a bunch of browsers market share data from 2008 all the way to 2015.

While it looks cool and interesting, we have decided to go one step further and blend all these images into a simple animation, giving you a better look on how exactly did the browsers battled for the dominance since 2008 and how was Internet Explorer (and then Firefox) overtaken by Google Chrome.

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Microsoft Edge To Receive Tab Previews

By | September 14, 2015 | 1 Comment

Microsoft Edge To Receive Tab PreviewsHopefully, extensions are not far away too.

As we all wait for the next Windows 10 Insider Preview, during Ignire keynote at New Zealand, Microsoft’s Joe Belfiore has accidentally revealed one of the upcoming Edge features: tab previews.

How exactly did this happen? During the event, Joe was simply demoing Cortana and the way it enhances your searches when he accidentally moved mouse on one of the tabs, resulting in a thumbnail preview picture. While ignoring at first, Belfiore later did state that “there’s one other thing in the Edge browser that I mistakenly revealed as I was doing this [showcasing Cortana on Edge] is a small feature we have not shown anyone yet but is coming to our Insider builds really soon and that is this tab preview feature,”
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New Opera Mini For Android Is Here

By | September 11, 2015 | 0 Comments

New Opera Mini For Android Is HereWindows Phone version should be coming soon.

Some time ago, Norwegian browser maker has launched a new version of Opera Mini for iOS and now it looks like the very same technology has made it into the Android release as well.

What are we talking about? The ability to chose whether you want more data savings (extreme mode) or better sites compatibility (high data savings mode).
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