Opera has unveiled a touchable incarnation of its web browser designed specifically for tablets and netbooks. On Tuesday, the Norwegian browser maker released a short video showcasing the browser, and it plans to provide further details this week at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada. At this point, details are …
A new target for the litigious minded?
Would the 'touch' movements be those within an Android's OS or has Opera incorporated them within it's software, opening the door for litigation?
I guess Chrome will follow, soon.
What? Litiation from what/where/when?
Chrome will follow what?
Follow the leader
I get the idea that the OP is referring to the fact Apple is trying to patent all prior art referring to 'screen motion'.
Obviously his second remark implies that he thinks Chrome will copy Opera's moves.
Built on good work
The work done by Jon Hicks to unify the mobile UI's of Mobile and Mini looks to have been a solid foundation for this as its just a new skin for a larger screen resolution
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