Monthly archive for: March 2016

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Today, Elina is sharing a slightly different kind of blog post with you, about the adventure she’s having in Peru. Before we start, I must give credit to my co-author of this post and my dearest companion for the past few weeks – Isbjørn, The Polar Bear. Yet, he is no ordinary bear. He is curious,...

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Opera Mini compression helps many users in developing countries where data is prepaid to get more browsing time

At the Google Progressive Web Apps after-party last night, I had two very different conversations within five minutes of each other. Conversation #1 went: “Hey, Bruce! Lucky you weren’t at the REDACTED conference last week. They were bad-mouthing Opera! One speaker said, ‘Anyway, who cares about Opera Mini?’” In the time it took to drink...

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We are always looking at ways to share our web expertise with more of you. So, we recently launched a blog for our German fans. Hooray! At the same time, we added a new addition to our team of Opera bloggers. Meet Rosi. She’s from Germany, loves sneakers with bold designs and sings in a...

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If you follow Opera on Twitter or Facebook, you might have already heard of Ruth. She’s one of our social-media ninjas, dedicated to answering all your questions and passing your feedback to our product teams. By now, you know that Ruth is a) not a robot b) super quick in answering and c) helpful and...

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Last week, we released the new developer version of Opera for computers with the ad-blocking feature on board. If you enable it, you can speed up webpage loading times by up to 90%. At Opera, we are used to massive downloads and lots of feedback, but since we launched this latest version, we were truly...

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