Vivaldi QA engineer Ruari Ødegaard sprinkles more fun in his testing with a new machine, the Pinebook Pro 64. Here’s why he replaced its Chromium 72 browser with Vivaldi right away.
When it comes to switching browsers, breaking out of your comfort zone may be the biggest challenge.
It’s Software Tester Day on Monday and we thought we’d say a few nice words about the bunch of gritty testers we have at Vivaldi.
Precious forests are burning in Brazil and elsewhere on the planet. Over the past two years, Vivaldi users have helped plant an astonishing 142,457 trees. What’s more, our tree count has doubled since April! Here’s how you can help too.
A few days ago, we spent some time talking to coding students eager to learn how to jump into software development careers. Here’s a bit more about our trip to Launch Academy in Boston.
Recently, Vivaldi founder Jon von Tetzchner and his family explored Norway’s majestic fjords and the Arctic. Here’s how this journey has energized him for the busy months ahead.
Off somewhere nice this summer? Like a lot of people traveling, Vivaldi security expert Yngve Pettersen brings along a number of valuable items. His laptop for starters. Are hotels and booking sites taking guest security seriously?
After a great experience last summer, Vilde and Knut have returned to Vivaldi as summer interns. We’ve been catching up with them.
Browsers have different sources of income. Some use your data in ad networks, push promoted content or use other invasive methods to fund their development. We don’t. Here’s how we make the money we need to keep doing what we’re doing.
“Guðmundur” is a popular Icelandic name and that goes some way to explain why we have three of them in the team. But it still doesn’t explain how we landed the three most remarkable ones. Let’s meet them.
Could June be our favorite month of the year? This is when we all work under the same roof in beautiful Magnolia in Massachusetts. Here’s how we’ll remember this year’s annual summer gathering.
Recently, Google announced a change to Chromiums’s extensions system that would disable the API which makes it possible to block ads. Here’s what we think.