Recently The Verge journalist Dan Seifert pondered whether he should come back to Vivaldi now that tracker blocking is in place. This is Vivaldi’s response.
Millions of people are staying at home using their browsers more than ever. Gamers, this week you can win exclusive Razer “Game On” posters. How? Read on!
Jack Schofield, The Guardian’s technology expert and great friend of Vivaldi has died in London. Vivaldi’s PR Varsha Chowdhury pays tribute to a great journalist.
We look at how the web has saved the day and helped communities around the world carry on.
In these unprecedented times of social distancing, you are connected with the world through your browser. This gives us even more reasons to make your experience with Vivaldi seamless and safe.
With Covid-19 on the rise, many organizations have asked their employees to work from home. Vivaldi’s privacy-conscious community suggests a few trusted apps for remote work.
Like many around the globe, currently, the entire Vivaldi team is working remotely. Here’s why the browser we make is the best browser for remote work (if we may say so ourselves)!
The world is facing something that is unreal, strange, and scary. But humans have a way to prevail in every adverse situation. Vivaldi CEO Jon von Tetzchner shares an intriguing piece of family history from his home country Iceland.
Vivaldi has awesome support for Linux and many dedicated Linux users. Here’s why Vivaldi is one of the best browsers for Linux.
Yep, we’re talking about the leap year! With 29 February coming up, we look at leap years, leap seconds and other date rollover issues that require complex programming solutions.
The discovery of more malicious and fraudulent browser extensions is a reminder that you should be cautious when installing these tools in your browser.
Five years after we launched our first technical preview, we share how we forged our way in an industry dominated by giants.