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Opera Mobile 9.5 to sing for Xperia X1

Add upcoming Sony Ericsson Xperia X1 to the list of phones that will come bundled with Opera Mobile 9.5.

By August 22, 2008

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Newly released Opera 9.5 bundles more protection

The latest version of Opera Software's browser, code-named Kestrel, includes Haute Secure antimalware security, as well as Netcraft antiphishing software.

By June 12, 2008

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Opera 9.5 to include antimalware protection

The safeguards, provided by Haute Secure, rely upon a community of dedicated users to inform the product when to block and when not.

By June 6, 2008

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Opera Mobile 9.5

At GSMA 2008, Bonnie Cha takes a look at the newest version of Opera Mobile 9.5. This update comes with tons of new features, as well as a clean new layout.

May 21, 2008

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What's the best beta? IE 8 vs Opera 9.5 vs Safari vs Firefox 3

The Internet Explorer, Firefox, Opera and Safari Web browsers all have beta versions of their next major releases, and we've put them head-to-head to see which is the most promising

By March 17, 2008

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Opera Mobile browser 9.5 revealed

Hold on tight: Opera promises that 9.5 will be the fastest mobile Web experience yet.

By February 5, 2008

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IE 10 doubles its share of desktop browser market

The latest version of IE now claims 6 percent of the browser desktop market, according to Net Applications.

By May 1, 2013

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Chrome finishes 2010 with 10 percent share

Google and Apple browsers strip away usage share from Microsoft's Internet Explorer overall, but IE8 and IE9 do show growth.

By January 3, 2011

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The real deal behind Opera Mobile 'Turbo'

Opera Mobile is getting some work done under the hood to improve the browser's velocity. At CTIA 2009, we decode what that really means.

By April 3, 2009

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Opera Mobile's business build hints at Flash video

The software maker is offering carriers and device manufacturers an update that includes support for Web standards like Ajax and Flash. Flash means YouTube, and YouTube means video.

By March 26, 2009