The company behind Vivaldi, a browser that is aimed at power users, has released version 1.12 with three new features, including the ability to see image properties within the browser itself.
One of the people behind the Vivaldi and Opera browsers says Google suspended all his company's AdWords shortly after he voiced concerns about the data-gathering indulged in by the search giant and Facebook.
Norway-based Vivaldi Technologies has announced the release of version 1.11 of its Vivaldi browser which is targeted at power users who are choosy about configuring things their own way.
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