New developments announced Sept. 1 could help boost the popularity of two alternative web browsers, Opera and Google Chrome. Reuters reports that Norway's Opera Software has released a new version of its browser, Opera 10, promising faster downloads, new design, and new features. Opera battles for the spot of third-largest browser maker with Google's Chrome and Apple's Safari, but all three are far behind Microsoft's Internet Explorer (IE) and the Mozilla Foundation's Firefox. Opera said its new browser is significantly faster on resource-intensive pages such as Gmail and Facebook, and it adds features such as full thumbnails of all open...

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