Norway-based Vivaldi Technologies has released a new feature for its browser of the same name, with a Break Mode being offered to help users take a break from continuous work.
Norway-based Vivaldi Technologies has updated its browser for the Android platform, with the company saying the new version would help users to keep annoying ads at bay.
Norway-based Vivaldi Technologies, developer of the browser of the same name, says it has issued an update to change the browser's user agent string to Chrome in order that it would work on all websites.
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