It just got a whole lot easier to install the Opera web browser on Ubuntu and other Linux distros. Canonical has announced that the well-known web browser is now available as a Snap app in […]
The latest beta release of Opera, the web browser, makes a striking set of colourful custom wallpapers available to its users. Provided as extensions, the backgrounds are applied to the speed dial and other elements of the browser […]
Opera Software debuted an all-new concept browser called Opera Neon yesterday. Neon is fast, blingy, and a little bit gimmicky, but does some neat new stuff that has gotten a lot of people quite excited. Sadly, […]
Opera has debuted a new “concept browser” called Opera Neon — but before you get too excited it’s not yet available for Linux. Opera Neon is built on the same (Chromium-based) core as the regular version of Opera, […]
Barely a week passes without another well-known web company suffering a data breach or hack of some kind. This week it is Opera's turn.
Opera 32-bit Linux packages are finally here, and join tab muting and a redesigned download page to form the latest stable update of Opera for computers.
Opera user running Ubuntu? You'll want to update to the latest releases to benefit from a host of bug fixes, including native Linux Netflix support.
A brand new web browser has arrived this week that aims to meet the needs of power users — and it's already available for Linux.
The first stable release of Opera for Linux in 18 months is now available for download, but will be a shock to those used to its v12 release.
Opera has announced a beta release of its Chromium-based web browser — the first to support Linux.
After nearly one year in the making, Opera Software has today released the first Chromium-based build of its web browser on Linux.
Opera's popular e-mail feature is to be removed from the browser and released as a standalone application, developers have announced.