Monday, January 18, 2010 2:08:11 PM
Security is a big thing, especially when it comes to Internet, online banking, online shopping etc. And the best weapon against losing data is a protective operating system, a safe anti virus software and ... a secure Internet browser!
Microsoft showed again these days, that they can't help users with any of that. Trying to provide everything possible they miss to protect the people - who trust them with what they are doing.
And because there is a huge security leak, which has been made public during the last days, there is e.g. already a warning over using Internet Explorer from the German Government or also from the French CERTA.
The good thing is that USERS do have a chance to help them selfs cause they do HAVE A CHOICE! Picking one or two of the alternative browsers (well, I prefer Opera for years now, but feel free to fill in whatever browser you prefer [as long as it's got a red O ]) makes life easier, cause your data is safe (again). And besides that they offer innovations and ideas making surfing the web easier.
The highest barrier nowadays IME is not, that people wouldn't know about alternatives. But they still think it doesn't make a difference which browser they use (as long as "the one" is working). Let me tell you, IT REALLY DOES MAKE A DIFFERENCE AND IT IS REALLY EASY TO SWITCH! So start today and enjoy the free web with your free choice to pick another free browser with a lot of free useful things you didn't know about but don't want to miss anymore
Microsoft Security Advisory
Tuesday, November 3, 2009 8:45:24 AM
Opera Community: Opera Mobile 10 beta
Guess what? Nokia owners just got a load of win delivered today with the release of Opera Mobile 10 beta. Opera Mobile's facelift hits harder than office linebacker Terry Tate - Yes, the beta actually merges the best from your favorite desktop experience into a traditional sleek minimal Mobile interface!
Read more and get to know all the techy details on our mobile pages. If you don't care about that, simply download for your Nokia, Samsung or Sony Ericsson S60 device.
Edit: Are you curious or confused about the differences between Opera Mini 5 and Opera Mobile 10? This might help you:
So it's the same look, but it starts faster and works with multimedia content Opera Mini wouldn't be able to handle.
More Information in the dev.blog.
Edit: Final version is out now. Just head to opera.com/mobile.
Wednesday, September 16, 2009 6:00:00 AM
Opera just published the latest Opera Mini
browser as a version 5 beta. Try it now live on your mobile phone! Just head to m.opera.com/next
using your phone’s default Web browser!
Our top new features in Opera Mini 5 beta
In its fifth-generation version Opera Mini is staying true to the promise of a superior Web experience on a mobile device.
Introducing a new, sleek look and feel, Speed Dial bookmarks and tabs - together with speed - make this new version of Opera Mini the easiest-to-use Web browser on a phone.
Friday, August 7, 2009 4:56:34 PM
Digia @Web is a modern, fully finger touch controllable, web browser for mobile. @Web is currently available for S60 5th Edition and Maemo mobile devices free of charge.
@Web for S60
Now available for S60 5th Edition Digia @Web is the best choice for surfing the web. It boasts a full finger touch UI and renders the web as it is intented using the state-of-the-art webkit browser engine. Now available as beta @Web for S60 is already a versatile browser providing direct page control with finger, multiple browser windows, url auto-complete and automatic full screen browsing.
See here for more info and download.
Tuesday, June 16, 2009 4:28:44 PM
Today Opera started a new service. It's already included in its latest Opera Browser version (Opera 10 beta build 1589).
Get ready to start your own servers! Share your files, your music and your photos directly with your favorite Opera Browser without having to upload them anywhere just in time!
Try it and add a message to my fridge!