The new Opera 11.50 alpha is here with Speed Dial Extensions! This time there are no reasons not to try it, as Opera Next lets you test Opera without affecting your regular browsing!
An interesting article by Louis Lazaris details his experience getting a friend to switch to an alternative browser. To a person who knows Internet basics, this experience is a bit troubling.
Not only are search suggestions built into Opera useful, they can be entertaining as you see bizarre things that people search for. Here are a few examples.
Hunch.com has created an interesting infographic that actually pulls some facts together and answers the age old question: What is the difference between PC and Mac users?
Microsoft is already preparing the next version of Internet Explorer, but one surprise that has been made public is that it won't support the last version of Microsoft's own OS.
Today the shiny final version of Opera 11.10 is out and ready to rock your world with a redesigned Speed Dial and other improved features.
Android marketshare has been climbing while the iPhone's remains stagnant and BlackBerry takes a dive. Will we soon see a world dominated only by this one platform?
Most people are still using a ten-year old Windows XP, but Microsoft is working on the next version -- Windows 8. What will this update bring to the table?
Did you know that Opera makes a browser for televisions? In this new episode of Tech Break, questions from our community about browsing on a TV are answered!
RIM has made it official: The BlackBerry PlayBook tablet due to be released later this year will support applications designed for Android devices.
Opera is ready to rock your mobile phones with shiny new versions of the world's best mobile browsers, available for download now!
Opera has released Opera 11.10 beta, codenamed "Barracuda". This release brings improvements to Opera's top features and offers improved performance.
Learn how microprocessors work and are made in this cool retro video that was recently published by AT&T's archives and made in 1976.
Opera offers new extensions, Opera Widgets, or Unite applications that can be accessed remotely. If you are curious about what these can do for you, and want to learn how they work, read on!
A new type of port is available on new MacBook computers called Thunderbolt. What is it, and what impact will this have on computers in the near future?
A neat new YouTube video shows off a journey through upgrading almost every version of Microsoft Windows ever made.
Students from Oslo, Norway have created some stunning photos that visually depict the wireless signals throughout the city. Check out this impressive video!
Håkon Wium Lie answers your questions about the future of CSS and the Web in this episode of Opera Tech Break!
New research indicates mobile phone radiation affects the brain. Does this represent a cause for concern?
Today marks the quarter-century anniversary of one of the most famous video game franchises of all time. Here are some quirky facts about Zelda.
With Nokia experiencing recent turmoil, a recent announcement shows that the Finnish phone maker will drastically alter their path by partnering with Microsoft.
Although not a new occurrence, intellectual property pirates are being sued at a faster rate than ever. Why is this happening now?
Here is a new video series called Opera Tech Break! In every episode, we interview an Opera employee for answers to questions from our community.
Opera engineers never stop working to make our browsers better. It's time to address some stability and security issues with the release of Opera 11.01.
An interesting evolution in the world of human-computer input devices offers us the USB Emoticon Keyboard. Would you buy something like this?
Today we were pleasantly surprised by this video review of Opera. Now let's surprise its creator!
Choose Opera is having a fun parody contest that lets you use a neat Opera extension to easily edit (and make fun of) webpages.
Crooks on the Web can try to steal your sensitive information and money. Here's how to be aware and be safe.
Can one person make a difference and change the world? You might not think so, but it has happened over and over again. An individual's passion is key.
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 7
Get the chance to win an Opera goodie bag by answering today’s question for Opera’s Julequiz! And if you’re looking into winning an iPad Mini, watch out for these dates: December 13, December 20, and December 24. But first, here’s the answer to yesterday’s question: ...
Opera is the fastest Mac browser
Macworld UK has put the Mac desktop browsers up against each other in a speed challenge, and Opera 17 came out on top. Our stable steam is now Opera 18. We think you ought to give it a try on your Mac if you don’t have the Opera browser yet. Speed is important, but it’s not everythin ...
Opera’s Julequiz – December 6
It’s a Friday, and Opera’s Julequiz goes extra special with an iPad Mini giveaway! Yesterday we asked, We have offices in three locations in Silicon Valley. What are these three locations? The answer is, San Francisco, San Mateo and Mountain View. Today’s question is about Coas ...
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 ...