Opera Mini, the world leader in mobile web browsing, is now available on desktop to help you get more out of your satellite Internet broadband. Russian satellite provider Raduga-Internet offers a unique service: unlimited web surfing with a special desktop edition of Opera Mini, for just 29 RUR a month (0.72 EUR).
Great rush of MSI at the CES 2011 in Las Vegas, held last January 6 to 9. The Taiwanese manufacturer has invested considerable efforts in the design and development of new All-in-one dedicated to all the family and specifically designed for personal entertainment and multimedia. Top models and talk about the MSI Wind AE2050, AE2210 and AE2410 characterized by several common specifications and a versatile and lively character.
As of this week, all Opera.com visitors who have Spanish set as their browser language will automatically get Spanish as the default language on the Opera Software home page.
Spanish is one of the latest languages added to the Opera portfolio in a joint effort by Opera employees and members of the fast-expanding Spanish-speaking Opera community who assisted Opera employees in the process.
Most 18-27 year-old Opera Mini users use their mobile phones to browse the Web more often than they use a desktop or laptop computer for the same purpose, according to the results from a survey released today by Opera. In Nigeria, South Africa, and Indonesia, over 90 percent (%) of so-called Generation Y users said they use their mobile phones more than desktop or laptop computers to access the Internet.
Interestingly, the countries (namely Poland, Germany, United States, and Brazil) with the highest percentage of respondents using desktop or laptop computers as the primary means of Internet access were countries where smartphones are among the top handsets used. In Nigeria, South Africa, and Indonesia, however, more than 9 out of 10 respondents said they browse the Web on their handsets more than they browse on a laptop or desktop computer. Looking at the top handsets used by Opera Mini users in those countries, we notice fewer smartphones (compared to Poland, Germany, United States, and Brazil). This result presents a challenge to the long-standing belief that smartphone uptake will be the major driver of mobile web usage globally.