The Opera is making a concerted push to reach young money in tech. Will it work?
With the new money and youthful vigor of the tech community, the opera company of today is too big and too bold to fail.
Vidyo already provides the software that powers Google Hangouts on Google+.
These seven tech entrepreneurs want to breathe life into a struggling institution, the San Francisco Opera.
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.
“Yeah, but the Contacts page still looks like it was developed by Fred Flintstone.”
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.
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.
While Microsoft’s Internet Explorer is still the dominant Web browser, Google’s Chrome has been growing consistently, as is evident from a new report from NetApplications. The report shows that Chrome’s slice of the market more than doubled during the past year, from 4.63 percent in December 2009 to 9.98 percent in December 2010.