Opera's mobile browser eases site-reading Video
News.com's Paul Festa and Sony's Jon Piazza discuss new features for the company's popular robot-dog, including upgrades to voice and face recognition software--and a new skateboard.
In this edition of the Daily Debrief, Opera Software CEO and co-founder Jon von Tetzchner explains to CNET's Rafe Needleman how new browser platforms from Google and Apple are driving users to the company's desktop and mobile products.
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Opera's mobile browser for Symbian phones gets a sharp new look that includes Opera's signature Speed Dial interface for speedy navigation to favorite sites.
The newest version of Opera's browser for Windows Mobile phones inches closer to the desktop-browsing experience with a spruced-up UI and more powerful features.
Opera's mobile browser for Java phones goes upscale in this beta release.
Danger's Mark Harlan sits down with News.com's Ian Fried to discuss some of the features that will be included in Danger's handheld--a combination cell phone and Web-browsing device--when it debuts in September.
Which mobile browser fulfills your need for speed? We throw Safari and Opera Mini into the Prizefight ring to find out.
It's got a vocal following on the PC, but Opera's two mobile versions--the hugely popular Opera Mini and the full-throated Opera Mobile--bring an alternative flavor to Web surfing on phones and tablets. Watch this tour to see what Opera's got on stage for you.
The newest mobile browser is a strong Opera Mini contender coming out of the gate. But you call that video support? Feh!