Surf away, gamers. Opera GX is now available for early access for Windows 10 users.
Microsoft denies native ad-blocking feature in Edge, while Opera launches its own built-in ad-blocking feature in the latest version of Opera beta.
Opera announced a new version of its Opera Max application today, which comes with support for Wi-Fi data compression.
The Opera Mini browser was updated with new features such as private browsing, new visuals, and the ability to see how much data is saved by using Opera Mini.
Opera bought a Canadian VPN provider called SurfEasy to integrate it into its browser and protect its users' privacy with an extra layer of security.
Wanting to cut costs and make the company leaner, Microsoft decided to outsource Opera Mini for Nokia's feature phones instead of maintaining its own browser.
Today, we have the latest benchmark results from the top four Windows-based Web browsers, along with a sneak peek at Opera's upcoming Chromium-based overhaul. Is this really a step-up from Presto/Carakan or just another Chrome clone?
Important versions of Chrome and Firefox were released since our last installment, and though we're ready to leave Windows 7 behind, IE10 brings us back for one more round. Naturally, our exhaustive suite of benchmarks undergoes a massive update as well.
Today is our very first Web Browser Grand Prix on Android. Unlike iOS, Android-based tablets have real competition between browsers. So, how do Chrome, Dolphin, Firefox, Maxthon, Opera Mobile, and Sleipnir stack up against the stock Android browser?
Welcome to our first-ever Web Browser Grand Prix on Windows 8! Will Chrome remain the reigning Windows champion? Is Internet Explorer 10 going to smash the competition like its predecessor? Does Opera 12.10 finally deliver on what version 12 promised?
Opera has teamed up with eight other companies to create a website for all your HTML5 and CSS3 needs.
How do the latest Windows 7-based Web browsers stack up? Chrome and Firefox each have three wins under this operating system; can one become our champion? Or will Opera clean house here, as it did under Windows XP? We set up a new test system to find out.
Microsoft recently complained about distorted web statistics that put Chrome at an advantage over its own Internet Explorer.
Over the past two years, we've tested the top five Web browsers using modern PC hardware. But today, going against all that is sacred to the enthusiast crowd, we're breaking out an old beige box to bring you Web Browser Grand Prix: Windows XP Edition!