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.
While neither Linux or Windows can claim to be 100% bulletproof, the perceived wisdom is that Linux is more secure than Windows. We try to find out if that’s the case.
Dark interfaces have been around for a while, but they’ve never been as popular as they are today. Here we find out if dark mode is better for you. Take a look.
Looking for a browser in 2020, you should be considering performance, security, and flexibility. But not only. Let’s take a look.
Karianne Ekern is a developer in Vivaldi’s Android team. Last month she answered a few questions for Norwegian tech site digi.no. We picked her inspiring story to start us off in the new year.
In less than two months, Windows 7 will enter end of life. Here’s why you might want to replace it with Linux.
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.