Nintendo Wii "Internet Channel" Opera-powered browser updates; Opera 10 released

Opera Software, Norwegian company has released “Opera 10,” that comes with a new interface, new "turbo" compression technologies, an improved email client, and even a new desktop icon. And is available as web download, or through FTP. In addition, the company has also updated the Nintendo Wii's "Internet Channel" browser based on Opera 9; It has gone from Adobe Flash […]

Opera Software, Norwegian company has released “Opera 10,” that comes with a new interface, new "turbo" compression technologies, an improved email client, and even a new desktop icon. And is available as web download, or through FTP. In addition, the company has also updated the Nintendo Wii's "Internet Channel" browser based on Opera 9; It has gone from Adobe Flash 7 to Adobe Flash Lite 3.1, and is free to download. Early adopters got a crack at the Internet Channel had access to a trial version from December 2006 to April 2007, and then a free full version from April to June 2007, but after that period, it has cost 500 Wii Points (5 USD). For users who actually purchased the browser, Nintendo’ll be offering "refunds" in the form of a free game at the end of October.