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    Opera Mobile 10 includes a handy search bar in the upper-right corner of the browser. By default, there are only two options listed, Google and Wikipedia. The search engine manager gives you the ability to delete, but not add search engines. Considering OM10 is still in beta, it leaves many users thinking that they're stuck with just two choices. In fact, I've seen users question this far too often without any answers in return. It's actually quite easy, in a less clear-cut sort of way, to add more. To add more search engines to the drop-down menu: first, navigate to the site of the search ...

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    It's always exciting when Opera Software releases a new version of Opera Mobile and today they've done just that. Opera Mobile 10 Beta 3 for Windows Mobile brings bug fixes, better stabilization and experimental Flash Lite support. Great news for Windows Mobile 5/6 standard users as this version will support their devices as well. Read below for Opera's take on Flash support and other changes or bug fixes. As always, grab the latest release from Opera or point your mobile web browser to m.opera.com. Flash performance and usability depends greatly on how powerful your device is. On the 1Ghz ...

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    Today, Opera announced the availability of the 2nd beta for both Opera Mobile 10 and Opera Mini 5. In the latest updates, users can access features like Opera Link and the Download Manager, which are also popular desktop features. Opera Link allows users to synchronize personal browser settings with their desktop Opera browser and the Download Manager helps speed up downloads to mobile phones. Excerpt from Press Release: Opera continues its mission to unify its browser products, and today's beta release is no exception. Features further polished in the second beta release are the unified ...

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    Opera Software announced the availability of Opera Mobile 10 for Windows Mobile today, which according to the software firm, "elevates mobile browsing to a desktop-like experience, helping people to search, socialize and stay connected while on-the-go." The new version offers a more cohesive look between the various different versions of Opera software: Opera 10 on the desktop, Opera Mini 5, and now Opera Mobile 10. Click on to see Brandon's video walk-through and decide for yourself the changes since Opera Mobile 9.7. Opera lists some of the new features as: 1. Intuitive new interface – ...

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