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The end of Opera ?

According to an article in C|net, Opera Software may go silent on the Macintosh.

European based Opera (Oslo, NO) released Opera 7 for Windows on Tuesday, but didn't set a date for a Macintosh release. Apple's recently released Safari browser seems to be the reason.

"The mac plateform may not be viable for us any longer" says Jon von Tetzchner, chief exec at Opera Soft.

This looks like another company throwing in the towel on its mac product after Apple introduces its own free version. MusicMatch did the same after the release of iTunes, and Chimera seems doomed too..

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