The latest developer release of the Chromium-based Opera web browser is now 64-bit only on OS X, a move that follows a similar decision from Google.
Native desktop support for web notifications is enabled in the latest developer build of the Chromium-based Opera web browser as of version 25.
Opera for Android 22 debuts a number of improvements designed to make the browser easier to use, including gesture-based tab closing and better downloading.
The first version of the Opera web browser to be based on Chromium has been released.
Opera users no longer have to miss out on the best of the Chrome Web Store: Chrome extensions are now supported in the latest builds of Opera Next.
The Chromium team today announced a new rendering engine for the project called Blink.