It’s been a busy week at our office in Iceland where the team is hosting two W3C events for the Technical Architecture Group.
Recently, we reported a huge Windows 10 performance issue to Chromium. They discovered that the problem was caused by a Windows security feature that is useful for protecting applications like a browser.
On April 22, 1970, millions of people protested the negative impact of industrial development. Almost 50 years later, we’ve turned to technology to solve the Earth’s most urgent problems.
Oslo Public Library is Norway’s oldest and largest public library. Now you’ll find Vivaldi installed on their public terminals.
As the World Wide Web turns 30, we ask one of its pioneers – Vivaldi founder Jon von Tetzchner – to take us back to his early days of building web browsers.
The web started thirty years ago when a young British software engineer called Tim Berners-Lee invented a system for scientists to share information. Here we add some little known bits of history to the puzzle.
On International Women’s Day, we catch up with Anne Christiansen, Vivaldi’s Head of Office HR & Culture.
Here we give you a few irresistible reasons to make the move in 2019.
Love ‘em or hate ‘em, they have certainly changed the way we communicate. What are emoji and how do they work in Vivaldi? Let’s find out.
As technology changes, it becomes all the more important that the basics of the web remain the same. Today we remind ourselves why Web Standards matter.
Vivaldi CEO Jon von Tetzchner recounts his travels this Fall, to a Vivaldi team meetup in Iceland and his appearance at Europe’s largest tech conference, Web Summit.
Our recent Vivaldi team gathering was held in Reykjavik. Takaaki Yoshikawa talks about how working in the beautiful country of Iceland turned out very inspirational. Read on!