Opera 32 was released on Tuesday with two major features that should allow it to compete better against more popular browsers such as Google's Chrome and Mozilla's Firefox. The new features are the ability to synchronize saved passwords between multiple devices, and a virtual private networking service for the browser.
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Mobile video stalling and buffering continues to be a problem, with stalling rates that range between 40 percent and 73 percent of all videos played in the U.S., Brazil, Russia, India and Indonesia, according to a study by web browser firm Opera, OpenSignal and On Device Research.
Microsoft, Mozilla and Opera have followed Google's lead and revoked rogue digital certificates issued by a subordinate certificate authority of the French cybersecurity agency, Computerworld reports.
Opera Software is rolling out the finalized version of its WebKit-based mobile browser for Google's Android operating system.
A Mozilla exec said that the Firefox browser will not be available for iPhones and iPads until Apple loosens its browser restrictions.
Opera Software introduced Oupeng, a new mobile browser developed for the enormous Chinese subscriber market. In addition to leveraging Opera's signature data compression technology, which increases
A new scorecard, featured on sister publication FierceCIO:TechWatch, shows how the top five web browsers compare on a variety of metrics. As the battle for users grows more intense, the browsers have
Browser vendor Skyfire said it submitted its Web rendering offering to Apple's (NASDAQ:AAPL) App Store, and is awaiting the iPhone vendor's approval. If approved, Skyfire's browser could allow iPhone
Although browser vendor Opera made a big splash on the iPhone, and Skyfire is poised for a similar effort, other mobile browser companies don't seem too keen to get onto Apple's platform. Mozilla,