Every four years the world is riveted with the world’s most prestigious and highly anticipated international football competition. Make this the year when you experience the 2018 FIFA World Cup with Vivaldi – take a look at some special themes we’ve created for you and win swag in our contest!
Reading code is an integral part of software development. Here is an in-depth breakdown by our developer Patricia Aas of some techniques to use to read code.
In our series on privacy and security, we look at how Private Windows work and give you some tips on how to use private browsing.
Here’s a glimpse of working at Vivaldi during the sunny month of May. Read on!
Geolocation is a useful thing when you want a website to provide you with a local map, or suggest a nearby restaurant or hotel. How does it work in your desktop browser and what are the privacy implications?
Ahead of Global Accessibility Awareness Day, we take a look at how we build Vivaldi to make the web accessible to all and talk about what we’ve yet to accomplish.
Today we release a minor update to 1.15 to address a long-standing Reddit video freeze and some issues present in the initial 1.15 stable release.
No other browser gives you as much fine-grained control over your searches as Vivaldi. Have you ever wondered why there are so many options when it comes to search suggestions?
In 2018 we’ve made it our goal to meet as many Japanese communities as possible. It’s now time to go to Japan! Here’s where you can catch us over the next two weeks.
On Sunday, Vivaldi fans in Turkey will have the opportunity to meet Jon von Tetzcher for the first time. The community meet-up is organized by an amazing group of people, our Turkish volunteers. Let’s meet two of them.