Following availability of Opera's "free unlimited" VPN for Windows, Mac and Linux, as well as iOS earlier this year, the app has now arrived for Android users who can download it now.
Hands-on with Samsung's Galaxy Note7
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Windows 10 for PCs build 14393.82 now availaible to everyone
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Windows 10 Mobile Anniversary Update is now rolling out to carrier-locked devices
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An impressive first experience with the Honor 8
With the launch of Android 7.0 Nougat out of the way, Google is now getting ready to launch its Daydream virtual reality platform. The company is partnering with HBO, Hulu and YouTube for content.
Sony today published a list of all of the devices that the firm plans to upgrade to Android 7.0 Nougat. The Xperia Z3 is notably missing from the list, as it was the only one to offer a preview.
After beginning to roll out Android 7.0 Nougat to Nexus devices yesterday, Google today listed the factory images for some devices on its website, including the Nexus Player, Pixel C, and more.
Many were hoping the Nexus 5 and Nexus 7 (2013) might get Android 7.0 Nougat. But the cut-off for guaranteed OS updates for both devices was last year - and security patches will likely end soon too.
Google has announced that it is "moving Nougat into a new regular maintenance schedule over the coming quarters", and a developer preview of its first update to Android 7.0 will arrive this fall.
Google today began rolling out Android 7.0 Nougat to supported Nexus devices. For the first time in years, there was no hardware announced alongside the newest release of the operating system.
Microsoft updated its Garage project Arrow Launcher over the weekend, providing a number of new features. Version 2.2 comes with a fully customizable homepage, live wallpaper support, and more.
While the Lumia 525 has already been abandoned by Microsoft and Nokia, this did not stop a developer from experimenting on it. He was able to port Android 6.0 Marshmallow on the three-year old device.
Xiaomi may be gearing up to announce a smartwatch if the latest rumors are to be believed. Not much is known about the watch, but those who claim to have insider knowledge say it won't be cheap.
From Holo pursuits and virtual delights, to touchpad tattoos, Half-Life lulz, Lumia price cuts, (in)security issues, and matters of Honor, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
HTC launches two new variants of its 10 flagship phone today, a red and a gold model. The company is also offering $100 off the price of the device, or a free pair of JBL headphones.
Buyers of Honor devices will get new features at least once every three months for the first year after launch, further updates for a year after that, and security patches beyond two years.
A senior executive for Nokia in China has confirmed that the company is preparing its comeback, with three to four new devices set to be announced later this year, which will be designed by HMD.
The Chrome browser on Android got a new feature recently, though it's still hidden from the general public. Google Now can show tailored content in the New Tab page inside of the browser.
Gartner says 1.97m Windows phones were sold last quarter, compared with 1.2m Lumias, but global market share dropped again, to 0.6%. Android grew to 86.2%, with Samsung grabbing 22.3% of the market.
In a TechNet blog post today, Microsoft confirmed that the Microsoft Authenticator app will arrive for Windows phones later this week. The company also provided an update on the iOS and Android apps.
Google today launched Duo, its new video chat app that is designed for 1-to-1 calls. The app was announced at Google's I/O 2016 developer conference alongside Allo, which is not launching today.
As promised, Microsoft has released its new Authenticator app for iOS and Android today. The app is designed to make two-factor authentication easier, and it replaces the old Azure Authenticator app.
The Google Play Store is the latest service from the search giant that will no longer require a Google+ profile, allowing users to post reviews on the various apps, books and movies available.
From Quantum Steam and Microsoft's Beam, to Surface insights, Samsung's edgy future, Anniversary updates, and Android's Indian delight, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
Samsung's new flagship device, the Galaxy Note7, launched sporting Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow. But Samsung has a plan to bring the newer Android 7.0 Nougat to its devices in the near future.
BlackBerry has cut a hefty chunk off the price of its Android flagship, the Priv, in several key markets, including the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, and various parts of Europe.
Flow is Microsoft's business-focused tool to allow users to "mash up two or more services" into automated workflows. After launching a limited beta for Android last month, the public beta has begun.
Google, and its parent company Alphabet, has found itself in hot water with regulators once again. Russian authorities found the Android-maker abused its market position by being anti-competitive.
Microsoft's Universal Mobile Keyboard will soon be two years old, and the black model is now out of stock on its US Store. The gray version is still available, and is now on sale with 50% off.
Kantar's latest smartphone sales market share data shows gains for iOS in the US and key European markets, along with year-over-year increases for Android - but Windows phone sales keep falling.
A new variant of ransomware designed for Android devices has been discovered. Dubbed "El Gato," the malware has the ability to encrypt files, and steal messages, while displaying a picture of a cat.
After releasing a new Office Insider build for Macs today, Microsoft has released a new build to Insiders that use Office for Android. The update brings a new "shared with me" feature.
Four major security flaws, collectively dubbed 'QuadRooter', have left around 900 million Android devices with Qualcomm chipsets - including many of the latest flagships - vulnerable to attack.
Latest numbers from Strategy Analytics have revealed that Android has improved upon its already dominant position in India, and now controls 97 percent of the world's third largest smartphone market.
From Firefox Hello goodbye and the end of Torrentz, to Facebook clickbait, Apple updates, not so much Marshmallow, and a mini Master Chief, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
Google is partnering with Dashlane and launching Open Yolo, whose aim is to help you no longer rely on passwords on Android. The open API will securely fetch your credentials for you.
Nearly ten months after the app was originally released for Android, Apple Music is finally out of beta. Version 1.0 of the app is available from the Play Store, and contains a few new features.
Android 7.0 Nougat will be released soon - but ten months after the rollout of version 6.0 Marshmallow began, it's now installed on just 15% of Android devices, and its growth rate has slowed.
LastPass has released an updated version of its Authenticator app aimed at simplifying the process of two-factor authentication, and encouraging more users to take advantage of that security measure.
The new 'Nexus Launcher' replaces the Android app drawer with a new design, and removes the full-width Google Search bar, along with other changes - and it may be exclusive to the new Nexus handsets.
While Google already sends emails to let you know when a new device has accessed your account, it's now going further, with native security notifications on Android, rolling out to "all end users".
Following last week's Cortana update for iOS that added the ability to set photo reminders, as well remembering what you tell it and offering cross-device support, Android has now received the update.
Disney Infinity 3.0 and its online features are getting the ax on all platforms - and will be unplayable on most after March 2017 - including Android, iOS, Apple TV, Windows 8.1 and 10, and consoles.
Pokémon GO has received a new update on Android and iOS. The update allows users to re-configure their avatars, brings memory improvements, and removes the footprint feature used to find Pokémon.
From Verizahoo and HERE WeGo, to the Lumia 2020, BlackBerry's droid clone, Jolla's fishy friend, all things Air, and Nintendo's new play thing, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
The monstrous 6.44-inch Mi Max seems to be an oddity among today's smartphones, but it certainly can't be judged on that factor alone. Let us find out whether Xiaomi's latest smartphone is any good.
While Samsung, LG and others committed to delivering monthly Android security updates long ago, Motorola says it's too "difficult" to do so, and "most efficient" to roll out patches less frequently.
Google Play is available to over 1 billion people actively using Android. Knowing this, Google is making changes to improve its app store so that good and relevant apps don't get missed by users.
Google has finally announced Family Library, which will allow users to share apps, games, movies and more with up to six family members. It will roll out in various countries over the next few days.
Consumer electronics company Xiaomi has unveiled the Redmi Pro, a smartphone with a dual camera. The two cameras on the rear end work together, in order to bring more depth to images captured.
HERE Maps, once a Nokia-owned application for Windows Phones, announced its rebranding to HERE WeGo. The company also announced that the app has been overhauled, introducing new features.
Jide has released an update to its Android based OS for PCs, Remix OS 3.0. The update offers a more fleshed out experience for multiple window support and enhances speed and performance.
BlackBerry's new mid-range Android phone prematurely appeared on its site today, revealing images of the device, along with key specs - including a Snapdragon 617 SoC, 3GB RAM, 16GB storage, and more.