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Opera 9 Pre-2 Released, Opens New Portal

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The latest technology preview of Opera 9 is available today. We've added several big features – including BitTorrent support and Widgets. Give it a shot and let us know what you think.

Welcome to Opera Labs, a behind-the-scenes look at the latest technology and products from Opera Software. Everything you download here is a sneak preview, a look ahead to the future of browsing and a taste of what's to come. Feel free to take a bite.

But that's only part of our mission at Opera Labs. We at Opera believe in an open Web for everyone. We try hard to use open standards in everything we do.

Opera Tech Labs.

Opera 9 Technological Preview Press Release

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