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The latest version of Bitstream's Bolt browser adds HTML 5 audio and video, tabbed browsing and Facebook to any Java-capable handset. Version 2.1 is now available to download from Bolt's web site, with added support for popular video streaming sites including the BBC and YouTube, as well as Facebook integration and its very …

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Thank you, El Reg

I see that you really do care about how I feel ><

After actually using the thing, though, using it on a BlackBerry Storm 2:; While it sounds like a promising option, but I think that the user interface on the item could serve to mature, some. I think that I'll stick with the BlackBerry built-in browser, for now. Cheers, mates.

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Both Bolt and Opera Mini mean the company hosting the conversion server sees all your web traffic. Bitstream appears to be a USA company, Opera a Norvegian one. I prefer to take my changes with privacy with the Norvegians, and keep using Opera Mini.

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Why don't they opensource the conversion server so you can put it on your own hosting?

Or instead there should be an opensource competitor?

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