In the latest of our series of sneak peeks at the terrific people who bring you Vivaldi, we meet Akira, our creative graphic designer.
For decades, the User Agent header has been a major arena for truths, lies and other dastardly deeds. Now there’s an effort to replace the User Agent with “Client Hints”. How will that go?
In the latest of our behind-the-scenes series, we meet Maria Popova, a QA Engineer responsible for ensuring our Android and Android Automotive browsers come to you at their best.
Meet Vivaldi and its CEO Jon von Tetzchner at the CES 2023 in Las Vegas. Discover the browser in some of the new gadgets and technologies being unveiled there.
The latest in this series offers a more personal look at Ruarí Ødegaard, one of the best QA Engineers you will find on two legs – or one wheel.
The new Vivaldi 5.6 on Android offers a customizable menu bar, more secure logins with Hardware Key Authentication, and new options to improve navigation. Now available on Android, Chromebooks, tablets, and in cars.
Vivaldi recently became the first browser to have its own Mastodon instance, Vivaldi Social. Now, the new version on the desktop is the first to integrate Mastodon into the browser itself, along with the ability to pin tab groups and other UI improvements.
You.com joins our line-up of default search engines, offering unique options for a more custom search experience.
With so much news about social media these days, covering Twitter’s new owner’s recent changes, or trust issues in companies like Meta/Facebook, many people are looking for something else and have heard the word “Mastodon”. But what is Mastodon and how do you sign up?