Another way that Opera can improve your productivity: it turns out that surfing your favorite websites at work can boost your performance!
In a fairly surprising and significant announcement yesterday, Google has revealed that they are acquiring Motorola Mobility.
The hacktivist group known as Anonymous is at it again! This time they are speaking out against Facebook and threatening to shut it down.
Belarus is a country that has its fair share of problems, and a great many of its citizens are unhappy with the rule of the authoritarian President Alexander Lukashenko.
A consulting company named AptiQuant has tested 100,000 peoples' IQ and shown the average scores split up by the browsers used by test-takers. Update: Study was a hoax!
If you look at Apple's latest computers, it is clear that they think the time of CDs and DVDs is almost up. Are they right, or is this another way of pushing customers towards their lucrative ecosystem?
A recent TED talk shows off an amazing technological feat the likes of which humans have been attempting for millenia. Now we have robots with the ability to fly just like birds.
It's fun to take a look back in time and see wacky predictions of "the future" from yesteryear. Take this video from the '60s that shows what today's computers would look like.
A new survey has come out that indicates some interesting things about peoples' understanding of the term "4G". Nobody knows what it is, but yet they believe they already have it.
The latest Opera Tech Break video offers insight into how Opera makes decisions about how we push the development of our browsers forward.
Lately, search behemoth Google has been staking territory in the social networking business, taking on the industry leading Facebook. How does Google+ stack up so far?
A new PDF exploit has been discovered for iOS devices that allows for a simple method of 'jailbreaking' which allows for a user to customize their phone or tablet in any way they wish.
An exclusive interview with a key hacker behind the notorious LulzSec group who have infiltrated the systems of Sony, the CIA, and others reveals interesting things about the motivations behind their actions.
Brand new versions of Opera Mobile and Opera Mini have been launched today that make browsing faster and easier than ever on your phone. Read on to see what's new.
A brand new Opera version can now be fetched from www.opera.com/download. Read on to learn what cool new features are in this release.
From its humble beginnings, Opera's co-founder Jon von Tetzcher's vision and leadership made his company into the proud icon that it is today. Now, a year and a half after stepping down as CEO, he has announced that he is leaving.
It sounds like part of an overblown action movie, but the notorious Stuxnet worm is real. Said to be more sophisticated than any other, this malware can compromise industrial systems like power plants.
Opera 12 will offer exclusive extensions and special new features--available only to those who have purchased Opera 8 and earlier. Otherwise you can't get these bonuses. Ever.
If you've ever been curious about what life is like inside one of those contraptions, don't hesitate to watch this interesting hard drive teardown video.
As Apple introduces iCloud today, it is apparent that more and more of our lives are about to move into the Internet. The convenience and advantages this are many, but could there be a dark side?
It wasn't long ago when it seemed like Microsoft had a virtual monopoly on desktop web browsers with Internet Explorer. Today it's clear that those days are over.
Opera 11.50 is now beta quality and ready for testing. We have been working hard, and are pushing towards the final release. Here are the major new features to look for in Opera 11.50:
Today, the last Oprah show airs on television. Throughout the years we've been receiving lots of mail from Oprah fans, asking questions, complaining or openly telling us about their lives. We've tried to answer these emails the best we can. Here are some of our favorites.
Have an iPhone or iPad? Then get ready for browsing on your iOS device to get a whole lot faster. Today Opera Mini 6 is available on the App Store.
In consumer electronics, an insidious trend has altered laptops and computer displays, much to the chagrin of most users. I'm talking about glossy, shiny screens.
Amazon has announced a huge milestone in their eBook endeavors. More profitable than peddling pulp, they now sell more literature of the digital variety. What does this mean for the future of reading?
When typing on an iPhone, its auto correction tries to fix your mistakes. But here is what can happen when auto correct goes horribly wrong!
A developer of an iPhone app called "Mix & Mash" has been threatened with a patent lawsuit. What heinous theft of intellectual property has caused this?
Study Proves Web Surfing Increases Productivit ...
Another way that Opera can improve your productivity: it turns out that surfing your favorite websites at work can boost your performance! ...
Google Purchases Motorola Mobility for $12.5 b ...
In a fairly surprising and significant announcement yesterday, Google has revealed that they are acquiring Motorola Mobility. ...
Anonymous Threatens to "Kill Facebook"
The hacktivist group known as Anonymous is at it again! This time they are speaking out against Facebook and threatening to shut it down. ...
Social Network "Revolutionaries" in Belarus
Belarus is a country that has its fair share of problems, and a great many of its citizens are unhappy with the rule of the authoritarian President Alexander Lukashenko. ...
Study Shows Opera Users to be Significantly Sm ...
A consuling company named AptiQuant has tested 100,000 peoples' IQ and shown the average scores split up by the browsers used by test-takers. ...
Opera’s Julequiz – December 5
We’re now in our fifth day of Opera’s Julequiz. Our fourth question was, Who is The New King of Chess? The answer is, Magnus Carlsen. In November 2013, Magnus Carlsen defeated Viswanathan Anand in the World Chess Championship 2013 in Chennai, India. Did you know that he just turned 2 ...
Opera’s Julequiz – December 4
Time for day 4 of Opera’s Julequiz! But first, the answer to yesterday’s question. Our question was, Who was Time Magazine’s Person of the Year in 2006? The answer’s, You. In 2006, Time Magazine named You as Person of the Year in 2006. Yes, you - and especially all the c ...
Opera’s Julequiz – December 3
Yesterday we asked, What is Opera Mediaworks? The answer is: Opera Mediaworks is a world-leading mobile advertising platform. It is a platform to buy, create and sell mobile, TV, and tablet advertisements. Here’s a video clip of Mahi de Silva, CEO of Opera Mediaworks, talking about our rec ...
Opera’s Julequiz – December 2
We’re now on our second day of Opera’s Julequiz! Thanks to everyone who participated on the first day. Each week’s winners will be posted every Monday starting December 9. From December 1 to December 25 we’re giving out Opera goodie bags and four iPad Minis. Yesterday ...
Opera’s Julequiz – December 1
It’s jul as we call it in Norway – or X-Mas and Christmas as it’s called in the rest of the world. We’re kicking off the season with a julequiz where we will ask one question a day, and where you get a chance to win either an Opera goodie bag or an iPad Mini on selected [ ...