Friday, March 21, 2008 2:53:08 AM
I suppose many of you have used Opera Widget touchtheSky
for a long time, that widget used AccuWeather
Now users of Opera Mini look like to use weather informations with ease. From the Press Release of AccuWeather.com,Opera Mini Web Browser Adds AccuWeather.com Mobile Web Link
Unfortunately in our country, despite having J2ME preinstalled, many cellphones does not work with Opera Mini so well, due to high and tight wall of careerer's fertile garden.
Monday, January 21, 2008 11:56:27 AM
Today, we had a press show for next WILLCOM handsets, coming within months in Japan. The 2 of those new models are equipped with Opera.
One flag-ship model is WX330K
, and the other is colourful and slim HONEY BEE
is seen very well at MyCom Journal's shot
BTW, Opera on those WILLCOM handset are version 7.2EX, which is basically a version 7.2 with many modifications.
] engadget wrongly called
HONEY BEE as WX330K, in reality it's 331K. Oh, that's not their fault, but of Akihabara news
Remember, even if you cannot read Japanese at all, try to look for any Alphabets in the ORIGINAL, in this case, at WILLCOM or KYOCERA.Added 23/Jan
Akihabara news fixed the mistake but engadget still not.
Thursday, August 9, 2007 7:23:40 AM
I read questioningly the article of Mr. George Ou, Technical Director of ZDNet, titled as "How can iPhone render pictures better than desktop computers?
So took an screenshot of his example, with my Desktop Opera on Windows here.
The left picture is zoomed one, from the smallest picture of original, with desktop Opera, and three of the right are his original examples. How do you get the "Nearest neighbor" like picture with Opera?
His article itself is interesting, and maybe worth to read, but the incorrect as far as Opera's concerned, which I must say.