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Opera 11.10 gets HTML5 File API support, IMAP improvements

The crew in Oslo keeps plugging away at Opera 11.10, and the latest snapshot build includes a number of improvements to Opera's built-in email client -- as well as HTML5-related additions. On the IMAP front, Opera now supports special folders like sent items, spam, and trash. It also better handles duplicate items in Gmail -- such as those which appear in all mail and under your custom...

Opera 10.51 tears it up on Linux, too

I've been impressed with Opera 10.5 (and now 10.51) on Windows, so with the Ubuntu 10.04 beta now installed in VMware on my system it was time to check it out in Linux. Fortunately for me (and anyone else who wants to try it), Opera has just released new snapshot builds for Linux and they're now available for download in easy-to-install .deb and .rpm packages. The bottom line: it's still fast...

Google Chrome to add hiding, click-and-drag for extension buttons?

Yesterday, extension support landed in the stable version of Google Chrome. Today it looks as though the Chrome team is looking at ways to enhance the current extensions interface. One common gripe about some Chrome extensions is the creation of unnecessary buttons. In recent snapshot builds of Chromium, an tweak has been made that will allow us to hide unwanted items. Between the Omnibar and...

Opera outs another 10.5 alpha snapshot: still fast, now with Google Reader action!

Opera's dev crew has been busy toiling away at version 10.5, and while they're not quite ready to make the jump to beta (despite reports to the contrary) they have just released another snapshot build. Build 3199 is all about tweaks and patches. The functionality you'll get has been present in Opera 10.5 since the original pre-alpha build back in December of last year -- things like the slick...

Google Chrome to reach v4 before Firefox? Work begins on Chromium 4.0

Version numbers probably mean more to the general public than to regulars at DownloadSquad. When it comes to Chrome, however, Google seems like they're hoping to catch up with Opera by the end of next year. After doing an install from Buildbot's snapshots, I checked Chromium's about screen. Lo and behold, build 23129 is tagged as 4.0.202.0. While it's just a number, it means, of course,...

Get smart profiles and traffic histories of websites with Compete

Compete aims to help users by showcasing websites that are trusted, transparent and add value to both the end user and the internet in general. Compete has a few different products running, SnapShot, Toolbar, and Search. Snapshot is a handy service that provides traffic history and competitive analysis (similar to Statsaholic), which is great for search gurus and online marketing individuals....