tuxradar.com: A few years ago, British newspaper The Telegraph covered the UK government's budget announcements by posting tweets onto their site that included the hashtag #budget. As you can imagine, this was soon abused, and Twitter users had much fun at the Telegraph's expense. Well, apparently Mozilla hasn't learned.
- Is Mozilla preparing to ditch Firefox add-ons as we know them?
- Asa Dotzler: firefox add-ons clarification
theregister.co.uk: Mozilla spun out a near-ready version of Firefox 3.6 over the weekend, all of which suggests that the final build of the next iteration of the open source browser could be imminent.
Also: Mozilla tries to silence add-on developers' scream
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- Is Firefox’s position vulnerable in 2010?
- Flock 2.5.6 addresses security issues
- Firefox 3.6 finally hits the release candidate phase
- Firefox 3.7 to feel need for speed with multicore boost
- Iron Browser (Chromium with all the required add-ons)
developer.mozilla.org: As part of Mozilla’s ongoing stability and security update process, Firefox 3.5.7 and Firefox 3.0.17 are now available for Windows, Mac, and Linux as free downloads:
news.cnet.com: Mozilla is building a number of features into the upcoming Firefox 3.7 browser--but the organization now has begun stewing over whether to introduce some of them in a significant update, as planned, or to rewrite some sooner for a variation of the current browser.
omgubuntu.co.uk: Songbrid has gained video playback capabilities in the beta for forthcoming 1.5.0 release "Led Zepplin".
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theregister.co.uk: Mozilla has delayed the release of Firefox 3.6 until the first quarter of 2010. The outfit had been promising to deliver the next iteration of its celebrated browser before the decade was out, but nope.
buntfu.com: First we have Mozilla which showed the world that the browser wars were not over and that Microsoft can be hurt. Second is Ubuntu which showed the world that Linux can be viable. Finally lets look at Google.