The mobile browser from Opera gets a new revamped UI and another compression mode to help people on capped data plans or slow networks.
Sure, the browser whose popularity began in the pre-iPhone era is threatened by Safari and Chrome. But its usage continues to grow steadily.
The Norwegian company expects more people will use the iPhone version of its new Web browser than the iPad version that arrived last year.
Many people now can try the Norwegian browser maker's Android software for cutting data usage by compressing video, photos, and text.
Opera pulls back the curtain on two browser versions at Mobile World Congress 2012: Opera Mini Next 7, and Opera Mobile 12. See what's new in each.
A brand-new iPad browser adopts that fixture of mobile operating systems -- a home screen with a grid of icons -- and marks a new beginning for the Norwegian company's business ambitions.
At around $60 online, the decently performing and well-designed Logitech X300 is a relative bargain in the mini Bluetooth speaker category.
The Norwegian browser maker completes the first step of its transition to the browser engine used by Google's Chrome. Sync, tabs, and themes are due in the next version.
While it doesn't live up to its billing as "the world's smallest audiophile Bluetooth speaker," the Monster SupersStar has some nice attributes, including a slim, splash-resistant design and built-in speakerphone.
The second version of X-Mini's Kai features a new ceramic driver for better sound, and improved battery life.