A monopoly both in search and advertising, Google, unfortunately, shows that they are not able to resist the misuse of power.
The latest version of Vivaldi is here with improved accessibility options and a brand-new application icon. Read on for the story of Vivaldi 1.11.
Do we want an internet which is free and open or one controlled by gatekeepers, censorship and unfair competition?
Just browsing is yesterday. Make it personal with Vivaldi 1.10.
The latest version of Vivaldi features Ecosia – a search engine that plants trees – as well as a number of important security fixes and functional improvements.
Vivaldi’s CEO shares his thoughts on the rollback by US Congress of privacy regulations and why protecting our privacy on the web is more important than ever.
Releasing version 1.8 of Vivaldi, we’re making browsing history more useful than ever before.
It’s always inspiring to speak with like-minded people and hear their feedback about what we do here at Vivaldi. Spending last week in the San Francisco Bay Area and meeting fellow entrepreneurs, journalists and our users has given us lots of ideas to ponder upon.
Packed with new features and improvements, version 1.7 of Vivaldi focuses on various ways of working with screenshots, but there is also much more to it.
The issue with Windows 10 upgrade resetting the default browser to Edge is a known one, and a lot has been said about it previously.
What a year it has been! In 2016, Vivaldi has launched its first version, and now we’re wrapping up the year with the 1.6 release, which came out last week.
The best products do two things well: Features and details. Features are what draw people to the product and details are what keep them there.