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Opera is pushing "widgets," or small, easy-to-use Web applications, in its new release. The widgets pages feature a list of customizable gadgets from games to podcasts. Widgets can also be run outside the browser. Here is a list of the featured news RSS feeds that are available.
The Opera 9 browser incorporates security and privacy features intended to tame the wild, wild Web. Users can clear cache and history when exiting, accept or reject cookies, and use 256-bit encryption with newer encryption standards. It also displays security information inside the address field.