As Facebook Rumors Swirl, Opera Plays Up Its Social Cred In New Opera Mini 7 Browser

As Facebook Rumors Swirl, Opera Plays Up Its Social Cred In New Opera Mini 7 Browser

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New Talk about coincidence. Just earlier this week, when in a post on Facebook and the possibility of buying web browsing company Opera and facial recognition company Face.com, we highlighted how a new version of Opera Mini would feature much stronger social integration — specifically aimed at the feature phone segment....
As Facebook Rumors Swirl, Opera Plays Up Its Social Cred In New Opera Mini 7 Browser
                                       

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