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Operas' Godfather of CSS, Håkon Wium Lie.....
To see Opera Fingertouch in action today, download the new beta version of Opera Mobile for Symbian UiQ, check out the video demo below, or read the labs article.
Opera Showcases Top 35 Countries.
Highlights Middle East Mobile Web Usage.
Opera World Community
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Which Opera Browsers Do you Use ?
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- Opera For iPhone
- Opera For Android
- Opera For Symbian
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- Opera For iPad
- Opera For Tablets
- Opera For Touch Screens
- Opera Barracuda - pc mac linux
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The Two Flavors of a ‘One Web’ App ...
[Editor's note: The following is a guest post from Igor Faletski, CEO of Mobify, which provides tools for adapting web sites for smartphones and tablets.] You’ve probably heard people say we’re living in a “post-PC world.” What does that mean for web developers? It means ...
Internet Explorer 10 Doubles Its Desktop Marke ...
That's great news for web developers, but sadly, according to NetMarketShare's browser stats, IE 10 use still trails behind the 12-year-old IE 6.
WebRTC, Online Code Editor Team Up for Real-Ti ...
WebRTC is still in its infancy, but developers are already building cool apps around WebRTC's real-time video chat. Codassium is one such app that combines WebRTC video chat with a code editor for better way to conduct remote interviews, review code or do some remote pair programming.
Video: What Does 10 Petabytes of Data Look Like?
The Internet Archive is on a mission to archive the web. All of it. Filmmaker Jonathan Minard's documentary, Internet Archive, takes a behind the scenes look at how (and why) the Internet Archive's efforts are preserving the web as we know it.
The Very First Website Returns to the Web
CERN has resurrected the very first webpage that Tim Berners-Lee and the WWW team ever put online, offering a hands-on look at the proto-web.
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10 Apps for Enjoying the Great Outdoors
When you think about enjoying the great outdoors, embracing the natural world and soaking up all of the sun's vitamin D, technology doesn't really enter the picture, does it? But using tech and being outside don't have to be mutually exclusive. There are plenty of mobile apps to help you connec ...
Are Today's App Companies Amusing Us to Death ...
The national conversation of late has revolved around a trio of Washington scandals, a weather disaster, and the seesaw views in financial markets about whether crisis looms. Yet for all their prominence, none are as tied to trends that will shape our collective future as the myriad events that ...
Gmail Overhaul Might Be On the Way
Despite rolling out a major overhaul a little over a year ago, Google could be preparing to redesign the Gmail experience on iOS, Android and the desktop. Reports of a new look for the Android client came from the eagle-eyes at Android Police — who noticed the new addition of a navigation ...
Hacker Turns Westboro Baptist Church Hate Page ...
The Westboro Baptist Church can add another group to its "hate" list: hackers. The Christian fundamentalist group, notorious for its "God Hates Fags" protests, launched a website on Monday called GodHatesOklahoma.com, just hours after a mile-wide tornado hit the town of Moore, Okla., and killed ...
GIF vs. JIF: Does It Even Matter?
At the Webby Awards this week, Steve Wilhite, father of the Graphics Interchange Format, used his five-word acceptance speech to end a popular debate: It's pronounced "JIF," not "GIF." Unsurprisingly, this outraged many Internet users. SEE ALSO: More Sunday Comics In this comic, our friends ...
Point and click adventure games used to be the big sellers on PC. These days there are very few around with only the episodic style Sam and Max games being of relative note. New innovations have been tried with various series turning 3D and the Walking Dead certainly did a good job of creating a ...
Kung Fu Rabbit Review
It’s an ordinary day in the Kung Fu Rabbit dojo when it’s suddenly invaded by Aliens who kidnap the rabbits to eat later. One brave rabbit remains and it is now up to you to rescue your friends. It’s a 2D platform game somewhere between Super Meat Boy and N+ with a toned down difficulty (compare ...
Persona 4 Arena
Persona 4 Arena has taken a long journey to reach European shores. Initially expected at the start of the year it was then delayed indefinitely. Now we are finally getting the chance to see the characters of Persona 4 in a new environment, but can it hope to live up to the precedent set by its R ...
Nunn Attack Review
Nuns. The source of all that is good and holy apparently. In Nun Attack, they do a lot more than charity work and looking after orphans. These nuns are armed and dangerous.The post Nunn Attack Review appeared first on Gamestyle.
Black Rock Shooter The Game Review
Black Rock Shooter: The Game is a direct spinoff from the Japanese series of the same name. Lesser known in the West and released in digital only via PSN as a two year old PSP game, it may fly a little under the radar for most.The post Black Rock Shooter The Game Review appeared first on Gamestyle.