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Opera 10.10 Released, Includes New "Unite" Tech

November 23rd, 2009 11:16 admin

Opera 10.10 has been released, and with it their new “Unite” technology, which allows users to share content directly between all of their own devices. Unite wraps both web browser and web server into a single package in an attempt to change the way users think about their browser. “‘We promised Opera Unite would reinvent the Web,’ said Jon von Tetzchner, CEO, Opera. ‘What we are really doing is reinventing how we as consumers interact with the Web. By giving our devices the ability to serve content, we become equal citizens on the Web. In an age where we have ceded control of our personal data to third-parties, Opera Unite gives us the freedom to choose how we will share the data that belongs to us.’”

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