We have added new player Neeva as a default search engine option for a totally ad-free search experience, now on both desktop and Android.
Google harvests private data from Gmail and makes money out of it. With so much data stored in email, many consider privacy alternatives to Gmail such as Fastmail.
The lawsuit against Google in the US court is a major step – but how does it impact consumers around the world?
As search traffic and privacy concerns rise, Startpage and the Vivaldi browser – both governed by strict European data protection laws – give users world-class search results with zero tracking.
Come 1st January 2020, a new consumer data privacy regulation will kick into force in the U.S. Yet, we think that the California Consumer Privacy Act doesn’t go far enough to protect user privacy.
With our ongoing efforts to spread the word about Vivaldi, we are heading to Collision, one of the biggest tech conferences in the U.S. This time Collision is being hosted in New Orleans, Louisiana.
The most customizable browser is now the most colorful! Custom browser themes make their debut in Vivaldi 1.3 along with enhanced privacy and much more.
Mouse gestures have been one of our most popular features since we launched the very first technical preview of the Vivaldi browser last year. So how can we make them even better? By letting you make your own.
A mere three weeks after the release of 1.0, Vivaldi 1.1 arrives with enhanced tab handling and tab hibernation features. Read on to find out more about our latest release.
Spring is just around the corner so is Vivaldi 1.0. Here you’ll find the latest update and what we’ve been up to since Beta 2.
After 50 snapshots and 4 Technical previews, Vivaldi has now reached Beta.
After 7 weekly snapshots, lots of bug fixing and 4 weeks of the entire team working together in Magnolia, today we are releasing Technical Preview 4!