Productivity and efficiency is becoming more and more important in a constantly more competitive cyber space. This is especially important for researchers and people in the media and news industry.
Source: http://www.eweek.com/c/a/Web-Service...rowser-205369/Opera 11 debuted Dec. 16 running on Windows, Mac and Linux platforms and is now equipped with stackable tabs, visual mouse navigation aids and extensions that add useful widgets to the full-featured Web browser. As I noted in a first look at the alpha version, Opera 11 is stepping into a competitive arena with Microsoft’s Internet Explorer, Mozilla’s Firefox, Apple’s Safari and Google’s Chrome.
Now that Opera 11 is decked out in its regalia of new features its clear that competition between the browser makers is pushing user-focused enhancements that should give IT managers pause before simply staying with the status quo. In particular, research-oriented users will likely benefit from the tab-oriented features that let Opera keep a wide array of pages open on the destktop.
Google Fast Flip gives a fast overview over sites in four categories:
In addition, the Google News Deskbar
Example:This section will adapt to show news about your interests. Choose how often you like to read news from each section and add topics you follow. ...
Now, if you combine these Google tools with Opera Tab Stacking, you should be able to dramatically increase your search for news and subjects of primary interest to you.