Opera now lets you beam content from your phone to your desktop
Off the back of the Opera Touch announcement, the iconic Norwegian/Chinese browser maker is announcing some major changes to its desktop offering. If you read my coverage of Opera Touch (which came out literally two minutes before I published this), these changes will sound pretty familiar. For starters, the way search works on Opera Desktop has received a welcome overhaul, with the aim of saving you some clicks and keypresses. Instant Search lets you poke Google’s gray matter without haste. By clicking the Instant Search button (or pressing the dedicated keyboard shortcut, ALT – space), you can get straight to… This story continues at The Next Web
GENEVA: Japan, Russia and Turkey have warned the United States about potential retaliation for its tariffs on steel and aluminum, the World Trade Organization said on Tuesday, bringing the total U.S. tariff bill to around US$3.5 billion annually.
The three countries detailed their compensation ...
Comcast today is officially launching its own Wi-Fi extender devices called xFi Pods that help to address problems with weak Wi-Fi signals in parts of a customer’s home due to things like the use of building materials that disrupt signals, or even just the home’s design. The launch follows Comcast’s announcement last year that it […]
Software company Cloudera announced a slew of machine learning product updates at the Strata Data London conference on Tuesday: Cloudera Data Science Workbench 1.4, Cloudera Altus Data Engineering on Microsoft Azure, and Cloudera Enterprise 6.0.