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Opera Mini Web Browser for iPhone Gets First Update

Opera Mini Web Browser for iPhone Gets First Update

Posted April 28, 2010 at 8:53pm · 3 comments · Add Comment
Ivan - April 29, 2010 at 12:55pm
Just installed it on my iphone, guess what? does not displays the web page correctly!!!!!! Bad start, An by the way I did not feel the speed difference. I think I will stay with Safari.
F. B.
F. B. - April 28, 2010 at 9:46pm
What they don't tell you is that all your web traffic goes through their servers in Norway, to get optimized, compressed, and then decompressed on the iPhone, thus a faster browsing. Welcome privacy... They then know all the websites you visit, and not only their addresses, but the content as well.
JrichVA - April 29, 2010 at 7:05am
True, but then again look at the information Google has about your shopping history, passwords, personal correspondence, etc through Gmail, Google Voice, etc, plus information ISP's collect and who knows what else and by what other companies (i.e. facebook). The information is already out in the hands of private companies, the government, and probably individuals. whats one more? maybe sensitive transactions should be saved for safari browser, or better yet a landline internet connection on your pc, but if you want mobile access, or even just internet access to sensitive materials there will always be a security risk.
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