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Opera buys Skyfire for $155M to trim carriers' mobile video burden

Opera Buying Rival Mobile Browser Skyfire

allthingsd.com
Norweigian browser maker Opera Software said Friday it is buying rival Skyfire Labs in a deal that could be worth upwards of $150 million. Mountain View, Calif.-based Skyfire has software that allows carriers to deliver optimized video and other content to mobile devices. Skyfire said three large U.S. operators are...
Opera Buying Rival Mobile Browser Skyfire

Opera buys Skyfire, wants its video and smartphone optimization expertise

www.engadget.com
In a sudden joining of former leaders turned also-rans in the mobile browser arena, Opera announced tonight that it has acquired Skyfire for about $155 million in cash and stock. According to the press release, Opera believes one of the things the two can help each other with is...
Opera buys Skyfire, wants its video and smartphone optimization expertise
Skyfire gets another $10M to ease network data strain

Skyfire web browser for iPad adds support for multiple accounts with HotSwap feature

thenextweb.com
Skyfire, the Safari alternative for web browsing on your iOS devices has added a handy new feature for those of you who share an iPad with multiple people. The feature is called “HotSwap” and allows the setup of multiple accounts for everyone who puts their dirty mitts on your beloved...
Skyfire web browser for iPad adds support for multiple accounts with HotSwap feature
× Just a test of the new info bar. What do you think?