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Opera Browser Goes Mobile

By ECT News Business Desk TechNewsWorld ECT News Network
Aug 31, 2004 8:33 AM PT

Opera Software announced that its Opera smartphone browser will soon become available for Microsoft Windows Mobile software.

Opera Browser Goes Mobile

Windows Mobile is a new platform for Opera, whose smartphone browsers includes Small-Screen Rendering (SSR) technology to let users browse regular Web pages on small mobile screens.

Opera's browser technology is cross-platform and modular, and currently available on the following platforms: Windows, Linux, Mac OS, Symbian OS, BREW, QNX, iTRON, FreeBSD, Solaris and Mediahighway.

"Operators want to offer their subscribers the same Internet and brand experience on all the different handsets coming from the various manufacturers, necessitating a fully integrated cross-platform browser," said Rolf Assev, executive vice president of business development at Opera Software.

"We've heard the market's call, and we're responding," he added. "Opera will soon offer a new Internet experience with Windows Mobile-based Smartphones."

Opera Software ASA is headquartered in Oslo, Norway, with development centers in Linkoping and Gothenburg, Sweden. The company is listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol OPERA.

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