Since January 2015, Vivaldi has sponsored a small football club in Iceland. Here Jon von Tetzchner tells why and shares insight into how a small country like Iceland can turn out such a strong team at the FIFA World Cup 2018. Read more
In the early days of the Web, the web pages described the content and its structure, while the layout was decided by the browser. This allowed for content to be displayed on a lot of … Read more
A year ago, I was travelling extensively around the world talking about the importance of privacy on the Internet. I spoke fiercely against data collection and targeting of individuals. This is something that has been … Read more
A monopoly both in search and advertising, Google, unfortunately, shows that they are not able to resist the misuse of power.
Do we want an internet which is free and open or one controlled by gatekeepers, censorship and unfair competition?
The US Congress vote on rolling back the internet privacy regulation has caused quite a stir and has raised some key questions.
It’s always inspiring to speak with like-minded people and hear their feedback about what we do here at Vivaldi. Spending last week in the San Francisco Bay Area and meeting fellow entrepreneurs, journalists and our … Read more
The issue with Windows 10 upgrade resetting the default browser to Edge is a known one, and a lot has been said about it previously.
What a year it has been! In 2016, Vivaldi has launched its first version, and now we’re wrapping up the year with the 1.6 release, which came out last week.
We have come far since our launch of Vivaldi 1.0 in April. The feedback that we get from you all spurs us on as we add new features, new options, new themes and improve performance. It … Read more