Opera Software introduced Coast, a Web-browsing application optimized for Apple's bestselling iPad tablet.
Opera Software is rolling out the finalized version of its WebKit-based mobile browser for Google's Android operating system.
Google has announced that it will be dropping the WebKit browser engine that the Chrome browser has been based on. Google engineers will instead work on a "fork," or copy, that will be developed as a separate project named "Blink."
Google is launching Blink, an open-source rendering engine spinning out of WebKit, the engine powering browsers including the company's own Chrome as well as archrival Apple's Safari.
Less than a month after confirming plans to scrap its Presto rendering engine in favor of WebKit, Opera Software released the first version of its WebKit-based mobile browser for Google's Android operating system.
More than 90 Opera Software employees have exited the browser maker's ranks as it shifts from its own Presto rendering engine to WebKit, a move to increase its competitiveness on Google's Android and Apple's iOS.
Opera Software, the company behind the popular mobile browser of the same name, confirmed it will scrap its Presto rendering engine in favor of WebKit, a move to increase its competitiveness on Google's Android and Apple's iOS.
McAfee, the Intel-owned security company, says it has discovered a new form of Android malware that pairs man-in-the-middle with a remote-controlled banking Trojan. The motive so far seems to be to
In a series of announcements at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) and Nokia (NYSE: NOK) have announced a new, low-cost version of the Windows Phone, and in addition