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  • Operas You Didn’t Think You’ve Already Known

    Opera Watch
    admin
    6 Aug 2015 | 11:46 pm
    If “opera” brings a picture of a fat woman singing and sends you fleeing, you’re passing up a major opportunity. Numerous operas are famous to the point that they’ve gone into popular society. Truth be told, you most likely definitely … Read the rest
  • The best Web browser of 2015: Firefox, Chrome, Edge, IE, and Opera compared - CIO

    OPERA BROWSER NEWS - Google News
    Google Inc.
    21 Aug 2015 | 4:36 am
    CIOThe best Web browser of 2015: Firefox, Chrome, Edge, IE, and Opera comparedCIOOpera Software has always lived on the periphery, with what NetApplications says is just 1.34 percent of the worldwide browser market. With Opera considering putting itself up for sale, it may not be long for this world. But in terms of real-world and more »
  • Opera beta 32.0.1948.12 update

    Opera Desktop
    Jakub Ryć
    31 Aug 2015 | 3:01 am
    Hi, today we’re releasing Opera beta update. We’ve found and fixed some nasty crashes on Mac, issue with BBC’s HTML iPlayer has been solved. This release includes Chromium update to version 45.0.2454.46, and other fixes. Please look at the changelog for details. Downloads: Opera beta 32 for Windows Opera beta 32 for Mac Opera beta 32 for Linux Full changelog
  • Vivaldi Browser: Fix Not Starting, Reinstall and Other Issues

    Web Browser News and Reviews
    Vygantas
    31 Aug 2015 | 1:58 am
    Will work for other, Chromium based web browsers too. If you are running the latest preview build of the Windows 10 then I am pretty certain that Vivaldi x84-64 is not working for you and you have no idea why. It’s just sitting there, in the task manager and does nothing. You might have already […]
  • Daniel Stenberg: Blog refresh

    Planet Browser News
    Daniel Stenberg
    1 Sep 2015 | 2:30 am
    Dear reader, If you ever visited my blog in the past and you see this, you should’ve noticed a pretty significant difference in appearance that happened the other day here. When I kicked off my blog here on the site back in August 2007 and moved my blogging from advogato to self-host, I installed WordPress and I’ve been happy with it since then from a usability stand-point. I crafted a look based on an existing theme and left it at that. Over time, WordPress has had its hefty amount of security problems over and over again and I’ve also suffered from them myself a couple of times, and a…
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    Opera Watch

  • Operas You Didn’t Think You’ve Already Known

    admin
    6 Aug 2015 | 11:46 pm
    If “opera” brings a picture of a fat woman singing and sends you fleeing, you’re passing up a major opportunity. Numerous operas are famous to the point that they’ve gone into popular society. Truth be told, you most likely definitely … Read the rest
  • Sydney Opera Transforms To A Spectacular Live Motion Picture

    admin
    6 Aug 2015 | 11:44 pm
    Every year, the Sydney Opera House hands over its famous sails to craftsmen who use projectors to energize a Michael-Bay-commendable blast of hues over its skin. The impact is the incredible blend of the world’s best visual specialists wielding the … Read the rest
  • Europe’s Top 5 Opera Houses

    admin
    6 Aug 2015 | 10:55 pm
    Teatro di San Carlo Taking a trip to Italy for their glorious opera house in Naples is not to be missed. As the most seasoned in Italy and one of the biggest in Europe, San Carlo is a genuine sight … Read the rest
  • Watching Live Opera in the Cinema

    admin
    6 Aug 2015 | 10:52 pm
    A bit like a DVD until something goes wrong… The Metropolitan Opera has a history of broadcasting performances on the radio stretching – unbelievably – back to 1910. Bits of Tosca and I Pagliacci (with Caruso) reached audiences as far … Read the rest
  • Opera Singing and Fighting Off Alzheimer’s

    admin
    1 Apr 2015 | 11:35 am
    How Music and Singing can slow Alzheimer’s Aging is no fund but a recent study showed that seniors who were active with music and singing had lower rates and progression of Alzheimer’s which is the number one cause for needing … Read the rest
 
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    OPERA BROWSER NEWS - Google News

  • The best Web browser of 2015: Firefox, Chrome, Edge, IE, and Opera compared - CIO

    Google Inc.
    21 Aug 2015 | 4:36 am
    CIOThe best Web browser of 2015: Firefox, Chrome, Edge, IE, and Opera comparedCIOOpera Software has always lived on the periphery, with what NetApplications says is just 1.34 percent of the worldwide browser market. With Opera considering putting itself up for sale, it may not be long for this world. But in terms of real-world and more »
  • Opera browser maker up for sale - Computerworld

    Google Inc.
    10 Aug 2015 | 4:37 am
    ComputerworldOpera browser maker up for saleComputerworldBut Opera has a miniscule share on personal computers and a shrinking share on mobile. In July, Opera accounted for just 1.3% of all browsers used that month, according to metrics vendor Net Applications, about a fourth that of Apple's Safari, the No.​Browser maker Opera eyes a possible saleZDNetOpera Software considers sale after lowering financial expectationsPCWorldBrowser company Opera misses forecast, considers saleTech2AfterDawn -Android Police -The Registerall 37 news articles »
  • Vivaldi happy to remain PC browser for now - Techradar India

    Google Inc.
    1 Sep 2015 | 3:24 am
    Techradar IndiaVivaldi happy to remain PC browser for nowTechradar IndiaIt's no longer easy to count the number of browsers on your fingerprints but we're not complaining. Google Chrome, Firefox, Microsoft Edge and Opera are some of the names that come to our mind but there are quite a few others which continue to exist
  • Opera updates their Beta Browser with Pull to Refresh & More - Android Headlines - Android News

    Google Inc.
    27 Aug 2015 | 10:34 am
    Android Headlines - Android NewsOpera updates their Beta Browser with Pull to Refresh & MoreAndroid Headlines - Android NewsOpera, one of the more popular mobile web browsers around, have just updated their beta browser to version 32. Now as you'd expect with this being Opera Beta, it is a work in progress, and there will be bugs. So if you're interested in these new and more »
  • Opera browser celebrates 20 years - AfterDawn

    Google Inc.
    23 Aug 2015 | 7:28 pm
    AfterDawnOpera browser celebrates 20 yearsAfterDawnFrom the beginning, Opera's vision was to bring the best internet experience to any device, regardless of network conditions or location. With that in mind, the Opera Mini browser was born in 2005 and quickly became one of the world's most popular
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    Opera Desktop

  • Opera beta 32.0.1948.12 update

    Jakub Ryć
    31 Aug 2015 | 3:01 am
    Hi, today we’re releasing Opera beta update. We’ve found and fixed some nasty crashes on Mac, issue with BBC’s HTML iPlayer has been solved. This release includes Chromium update to version 45.0.2454.46, and other fixes. Please look at the changelog for details. Downloads: Opera beta 32 for Windows Opera beta 32 for Mac Opera beta 32 for Linux Full changelog
  • Opera developer 33.0.1967.0 update

    Kornelia Mielczarczyk
    25 Aug 2015 | 4:00 am
    Hi, thanks for all comments posted on Friday. We already fixed some crashes and annoying bugs, so here’s an update for you. We’re aware of ‘every-10minutes-crash’ on Windows (with #autoupdate-notifications flag enabled). Our Devs are working on it! Please test the builds and give us a feedback. Cheers! Full changelog and links to the builds below. Links Opera developer for Windows Opera developer for Mac Opera developer for 32-bit Linux Opera developer for 64-bit Linux Full changelog
  • Opera developer 33

    Radek Rzepecki
    21 Aug 2015 | 3:00 am
    Hi, Even though it’s summer time, and most of us would prefer to sit outside on a sunny beach rather than working in air-conditioned office, we have another version of Opera developer for you today. Ladies and gentlemen, Opera 33 has landed on developer! Some of you may have noticed the new window vibrancy effect on Mac OS X in the Opera 32 developer release; we decided to postpose it until Opera 33, to make sure it looks perfect. Have a look at the changelog to see all the improvements and bug fixes we have made. There will be more, so stay tuned! Changelog and download links Opera…
  • Opera 31.0.1889.174 Stable update

    Kornelia Mielczarczyk
    18 Aug 2015 | 2:36 am
    Hi, today we’ve got stabilization/bugfixing update for you. It contains: Chromium upgrade to version 44.0.2403.155. Default apps window from Settings will open up itself instead of displaying Windows 10 popup with guide on how to set the browser as a default. It will enable setting Opera as a default browser in Windows 10 much easier. Fixes of some annoying issues that you reported us. For detailed list of changes, check our changelog. As always we’re looking forward for your comments. Downloads: Opera Stable 31 for Windows Opera Stable 31 for Mac Opera Stable 31 for Linux…
  • Opera 32 is going beta

    Zhenis
    13 Aug 2015 | 5:20 am
    We’re always excited to upgrade the beta version. First of all, it’s because our most dedicated followers use it. Second, we use the beta channel for daily tasks. Bookmark tree view We’re introducing an improved bookmark tree view in this release, so you can create and maintain the structure you would like more easily. You can view it either from the drop-down menu or from the side panel in the bookmark manager. Sync passwords Passwords synchronisation now comes to beta. If you already use the sync service, you should notice a message in the sync dialog. You can configure what stuff you…
 
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    Web Browser News and Reviews

  • Vivaldi Browser: Fix Not Starting, Reinstall and Other Issues

    Vygantas
    31 Aug 2015 | 1:58 am
    Will work for other, Chromium based web browsers too. If you are running the latest preview build of the Windows 10 then I am pretty certain that Vivaldi x84-64 is not working for you and you have no idea why. It’s just sitting there, in the task manager and does nothing. You might have already […]
  • Chrome Will Soon Will Pause Flash Ads By Default

    Vygantas
    29 Aug 2015 | 7:03 am
    Here comes another win for the consumers and overall healthier world wide web. Starting from September 1, 2015, Google Chrome will start pausing all Flash ads by default, which means that advertisers will finally be forced to switch to HTML5 or other technologies. The good news for Google’s customers however is that Adwords ads are […]
  • Windows 10 Browsers Benchmarks: Microsoft Edge vs. Google Chrome vs. IE

    Vygantas
    27 Aug 2015 | 12:59 am
    Different hardware shows different results. Now here is a pretty interesting test that was done by the guys at CNET, benchmarking the latest stable versions of Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge and Internet Explorer. What is interesting however is the fact that they tested them on two different laptops: Dell XPS 13, which costs $1,299 and […]
  • Latest Chrome Dev Build Removes One More Annoyance

    Vygantas
    26 Aug 2015 | 11:58 am
    At least for some of its users. Back in the day, people would complain and complain about background audio and browsers inability to identify the tab that is responsible for this very headache. Deemed as hard or impossible to fix at first by pretty much every company, it was later solved by Google and then […]
  • Following The Hate Speech, Mozilla Threatens To Fire Its Possible Employee

    Vygantas
    25 Aug 2015 | 1:26 pm
    Instead of focusing on making browser better, Chris switches to the politics. Recently, a series of anonymous comments were posted on reddit that caught attention of the Mozilla CEO itself, Chris Beard. Posted by the user aioyama, it made some pretty what people consider “disrespectful” statements, including Mozilla’s former employees: “Frankly everyone was glad to […]
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    Planet Browser News

  • Daniel Stenberg: Blog refresh

    Daniel Stenberg
    1 Sep 2015 | 2:30 am
    Dear reader, If you ever visited my blog in the past and you see this, you should’ve noticed a pretty significant difference in appearance that happened the other day here. When I kicked off my blog here on the site back in August 2007 and moved my blogging from advogato to self-host, I installed WordPress and I’ve been happy with it since then from a usability stand-point. I crafted a look based on an existing theme and left it at that. Over time, WordPress has had its hefty amount of security problems over and over again and I’ve also suffered from them myself a couple of times, and a…
  • Seif Lotfy: Counting flows (Semi-evaluation of CMS, CML and PMC)

    Seif Lotfy
    31 Aug 2015 | 3:25 pm
    Assume we have a stream of events coming in one at a time, and we need to count the frequency of the different types of events in the stream. In other words: We are receiving fruits one at a time in no given order, and at any given time we need to be able to answer how many of a specific fruit did we receive. The most naive implementation is a dictionary in the form of , and is most accurate and suitable for streams with limited types of events. Let us assume a unique item consists of 15 bytes and has a dedicated uint32 (4 bytes) counter assigned to it. At 10 million unique items we end up…
  • mbrandt: An open letter about Mozilla QA

    mbrandt
    31 Aug 2015 | 2:35 pm
    Dear people of the web, As some of you may already be aware, Mozilla has experienced a lot of change over the years. Most teams and projects within Mozilla have felt this change in some way, either directly or indirectly. The QA Team is no exception. As a microcosm of the Mozilla Project, people involved in many disparate projects, QA has changed course many times. To many of you, these changes may have passed by unnoticed. Perhaps you noticed something was different about QA but were not able to understand how or why things had changed. Perhaps it was a feeling, that some of us seemed more…
  • openmatt: What we’re working on

    openmatt
    31 Aug 2015 | 12:42 pm
    What we got done: http://mzl.la/aug28_done What we’re doing next: http://mzl.la/sep11_p1 http://mzl.la/sep11_p2 Next steps on the Mozilla Learning plan Stuff we’re working on for the Sep 8 community call: Leadership: focusing on a) audience tiers / ladder of engagement, and b) an analysis of our current offerings. Advocacy: fleshing out our potential core activities / tactics. Plus mapping user journeys against them. Impact: synthesizing the feedback we got on impact statements and milestones from the last community call. Oh Hey — we’re launching the new Thimble!
  • Manish Goregaokar: Designing a GC in Rust

    Manish Goregaokar
    31 Aug 2015 | 11:53 am
    For a while I’ve been working on a garbage collector for Rust with Michael Layzell. I thought this would be a good time to talk of our design and progress so far. Motivation “Wait”, you ask, “why does Rust need a garbage collector”? Rust is supposed to work without a GC, that’s one of its main selling points! True. Rust does work pretty well without a GC. It’s managed to do without one so far, and we still have all sorts of well-written crates out there (none of which use a GC). But Rust is not just about low-cost memory safety. It’s also about choosing your costs and…
 
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