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One of the government opposition websites blocked last week by Russian officials recommended that users circumvent the access shut-off by running Opera Software's desktop browser.
Norwegian browser company Opera Software is developing an app designed to decrease Android data consumption.
Microsoft, Mozilla and Opera Software today joined Google in revoking rogue digital certificates that had been issued by a subordinate certificate authority (CA) of France's cybersecurity agency.
Microsoft today shipped a more polished preview of Internet Explorer 11 for Windows 7.
Opera Software yesterday launched a new browser, dubbed Coast, for the iPad, touting it as a radical departure from run-of-the-mill mobile Web browsers.
Google released Chrome 28, the first polished version of the browser to use the company's home-grown "Blink" rendering engine.
Opera Software on Monday released a final version of Opera 15, the first of its desktop browsers to rely on the open-source Chromium engine.
Opera Software said Wednesday hackers pilfered from its internal systems at least one code-signing certificate that was used to sign malicious software.
Feedly today switched on its own RSS API and service, divorcing itself from the soon-to-be-dead Google Reader.
Opera Software today released the first beta version of its flagship browser that uses the open-source WebKit rendering engine, making good on a pledge from February.
The former Opera Software designer accused of leaking trade secrets to Mozilla denied the charges yesterday, but confirmed that the lawsuit takes aim at a search revamp he worked on while a consultant for the maker of Firefox.
Opera Software has sued a former designer, claiming that work he did for the company ended up in a project at rival Mozilla, according to Norwegian press reports today.
There could be big changes coming to the fiddly and sometimes annoying Web browsing experience on cellphones.
Mozilla won't be building Firefox for iOS unless Apple changes its rules, a company executive said Saturday.
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