It's time for some industry insights on HTML5 from Opera's Bruce Lawson and Zi Bin Cheah. What is HTML5? What is the future of apps vs websites? What cool stuff can HTML5 do? Find out in this episode of Opera Tech Break!
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Speed Dial extensions is a new technology coming in Opera 11.50. It breathes new life to your Opera Speed Dial. Information is now dynamic. You can track currencies, get weather reports, watch calendars and get news instantly with feeds. What is the future of Speed Dial and how does this affect you? Can web developers now rethink how to display information?
We give you the opportunity to ask anything you want about Speed Dial Extensions to Richard Tibbett, Platform Architect in the Core team and Arnstein Teigene, Product Manger for Opera Desktop. They will discuss, demonstrate and answer as many of your questions as possible.
Deadline for submitting your question for the next Opera Tech Break episode is June 30th.
Finally, your questions: Answered. Take a break with us and we'll you how Opera and the Internet will work on your TV.
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Here's a preview of the upcoming Opera Tech Break episode we will release on Thursday. You will get your questions answered by Aneesh Rajaram, Director of Global Business Development at Opera Software!
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The next big thing Internet on your TV, the battle for the best Internet experience on your couch. There will be millions of exciting new TVs being released in 2011 and Opera is the largest TV browser provider in the world.
In the next Opera Tech Break episode, we ask Aneesh Rajaram, Director of Global Business Development at Opera Software, your questions regarding TV Opera for TVs. How does Opera see the future, and how is it going to change your life?