Asus Padfone Infinity, phablet and a tablet in one package launched as non-Android phones take centrestage
Opera Software had recently announced its decision to change the rendering engine in its browser from Presto to Webkit (used by Chrome and Safari). The company showcased an early build of its Webkit-based browser at MWC 2013. The new version comes with several rendering improvements and adds a new layout for switching between tabs and speed dial. There is an \'off-road\' mode in the browser, which compresses webpages to reduce your data consumption. The new speed dial (bookmark tiles) is much cleaner and has two other tabs. Swipe left to access history and right to open the discover tab that shows you popular websites and articles.
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