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.
People who are involved in the open-source community often ask us why Vivaldi browser isn’t available under a unified open-source license. Here we explain why.
Most funders won’t invest in a business if it plans to give away 80% of the money to plant trees. In spite of this, Christian Kroll, founder of our search partner Ecosia, managed to build a successful company. Here’s how.
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.