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While working on the Technical Preview of the Mail and Calendar client, the Vivaldi security team encountered a security problem, possibly a security vulnerability.
Your favorite productivity tools are the ones that make you most efficient in your line of work but also in life. We asked the Vivaldi community to recommend the productivity tools that help them day in and day out.
The Google Chrome browser is everywhere. But as our Marketing intern Johannes Dolven observes, using it is about putting in the legwork, while using Vivaldi is about getting smart.
With Vivaldi browser’s unique Periodic Reloader, celebs can continuously monitor if their names get picked up by search engines.
Microsoft just released the Edge browser on Linux. Browser geek Ruarí Ødegaard reviews the new arrival and answers questions Linux users might have about the new browser.
A first in browsers, Vivaldi’s integration with Razer Chroma was a hit with the gaming community. Now we are happy to support our friends at Razer with their inaugural gaming event, RazerCon2020.
Vivaldi has awesome support for Linux and many dedicated Linux users. Here’s why Vivaldi is the best browser for Linux.
If not done right, working from home can hurt your productivity and wellbeing. Yet, using just these 3 tools will improve your productivity and make a difference to your day working from home. Let’s take a look.
In a world where tech products are our lifeline to the world, what challenges face those who build them? Jon von Tetzchner, Vivaldi browser co-founder and CEO, talks to Whereby co-founder Ingrid Odegaard about privacy, Norwegian work culture, and designing products for the community.
Microsoft is finally phasing out Internet Explorer. Good time, then, to replace Internet Explorer 11 with the best web browser there is. Let’s take a look.
As Internet Explorer enters end-of-life, Vivaldi browser co-founder and CEO Jon von Tetzchner remembers its controversial legacy and argues that its loss is not really a loss.