Only a few years ago, Opera Max was the rising star in the browser maker’s portfolio. The service offered a system-wide data-saving proxy that funnelled all app data through Opera’s servers to compress images and videos. Now, however, Max is heading for the deadpool. The company, which is now owned by a consortium of Chinese firms, today announced that it will shut down… Read More
Without its own phone OS, Microsoft now focuses on its Android Launcher and new ‘Your Phone’ experience
Microsoft may have retreated from the smartphone operating system wars but that doesn’t mean it ...