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Miscellaneous News   Miscellaneous News : Opera Mini 4 released
   posted by Raffaele on 11-Nov-2007 15:50:58 (2270 reads)
OSNews reported that manufacturers of Opera released version 4 of their Opera Mini browser, which was aimed to handheld computers, portable devices, smartphones, mobile phones with Java and so on...

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Re: Opera Mini 4 released
Posted on 11-Nov-2007 17:54:56
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Re: Opera Mini 4 released
Posted on 11-Nov-2007 18:49:04
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For those who don't know Opera Mini is a client server solution for browsing the web. When you type a URL in to the browser it will tell the server and the server downloads the page and converts it to a form usable by their browser. It does work nicely but it's not an option for the Amiga.

What the Amiga truly needs is a port of Webkit!


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Re: Opera Mini 4 released
Posted on 11-Nov-2007 19:01:01
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And what has this to with Amiga?

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Re: Opera Mini 4 released
Posted on 11-Nov-2007 19:11:12
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I've used Opera mini and even Opera mobile on cell phones - it works nicely.

I haven't checked out ver 4 yet, but I wouldn't be surprised if it's even faster than previous versions.

Opera makes surfing fun.

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Re: Opera Mini 4 released
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And what has this to with Amiga?

At the moment, nothing.
That is why it is in the Miscellaneous News cathegory

Though, if we ever get Java for AmigaOS, we could actually run it.

Site admins are people too..pooff!

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Re: Opera Mini 4 released
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Zardoz, aaaand you can use it to surf pages with your mobile while you use your miggy for other stuff at same time. ;p

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Re: Opera Mini 4 released
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Or perhaps if any new Amiga management will start doing decent development, and good marketing, then we colud see mobile devices equipped with AmigaOS, and also with Java, and Opera Mini on it...

"When the Amiga came out, everyone [at Apple] was scared as hell." (J.L. Gassée, former CEO of Apple France and chief of devs of Mac II-fx, interviewed by Amazing Computing, Nov 1996).

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