Opera plans to sue a former employee that it claims gave competitor Mozilla trade secrets about its browser products.
Guest Post Q: Why is Chrome spawning a new browser engine?
A: The WebKit maintainers wouldn't let us attack Apple directly, by changing WebKit in ways that would make it perform badly on OS X and iOS.
The mobile browser engine world is splitting, and Opera is choosing its side.
Google is taking its ball and going home, forking the open-source WebKit browser rendering engine that Chrome and Safari currently use and that Opera recently said it would start using.
For these developers, the fat lady has sung.
Opera is spending $155 million to help bring Skyfire's video-optimization software to network operators around the world.
Which essentially means that everyone is using WebKit except for Microsoft and Firefox. And that the fat lady is not singing for the end of Opera's improbable browser journey.
Next up from the web browser maker Opera: A new browser that aims to take full advantage of mobile and give the company a significant foothold on iOS and Android.
Opera Mini for Android 7.5 brings a few new touches, including a socially focused Smart Page. But how will it compete with Firefox and Chrome for Android, Yahoo Axis, or Baidu's new mobile browser?
Opera is releasing version 12 of the Opera browser today, with new features for theming, controlling your computer’s hardware from the browser without using a plugin, speed, and security.
VentureBeat talked with Opera’s Jan Standal, vice-president of desktop products to …
Nothing gets a company’s stock price moving quite like rumors of a Facebook acquisition.
The latest beneficiary is browser maker Opera, whose shares jumped 26 percent Tuesday on the speculation that it’s in Facebook’s acquisition crosshairs, Bloomberg notes. The move …
Facebook may be looking to buy browser maker Opera Software, according to a new report.
A source told Pocket-lint that the social network wants to expand into the browser space and is looking to acquire Opera to do so. VentureBeat …
The International Consumer Electronics Show is a huge festival of gadgetry, but there’s no better place to get a bead on where technology is going in the coming year.
Among the 153,000 attendees at the show in Las Vegas last …
Google plans to add real-time communications abilities into the Chrome browser, according to an announcement on Google’s Chromium-dev group. Using its own WebRTC project at its base, the company will attempt to enable real-time communications through Chrome and then, potentially, …