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Ubuntu and Mozilla: The inevitable alliance

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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.

Firefox vs. Chrome

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  • Firefox vs. Chrome
  • The 10 best new Firefox add-ons of 2009

Festive Firefox Friday: 2009 review

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downloadsquad.com: Instead of bringing you Firefox-related news from the last seven days, this is an entire recap of Firefox in the year of 2009. It's been a big year for that cute little red panda and 2010 will be just as exciting if not more so!

Mozilla unveils new Firefox interface ideas for 2010

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  • Mozilla unveils new Firefox interface ideas for 2010
  • Firefox 4.0: New Design Changes Revealed [IMAGES]

firefox 3.5 is the most popular browser in the world

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weblogs.mozillazine.org/asa: Firefox 3.5 is the most popular browser in the world. It tops IE 6, IE 7, and IE 8.

Firefox 3.6 Beta (revision 5) now available

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mozilla.org: This morning the Mozilla community released Firefox 3.6 Beta 5. T his update contains over 100 fixes from the last Firefox 3.6 beta, containing many improvements for web developers, Add-on developers, and users.

Pushing Prism on Ubuntu

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workswithu.com: One of Ubuntu’s most useful but rarely discussed features is one-click installation of a variety of popular webapps via Mozilla’s Prism. Here’s a look at what Prism can do in Ubuntu.

Firefox 3.5.6 and 3.0.16 Officially Released

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mozilla.org: As part of Mozilla’s ongoing stability and security update process, Firefox 3.5.6 and Firefox 3.0.16 are now available for Windows, Mac, and Linux as free downloads:

Firefox 3.5.6 and 3.0.16

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ghacks.net: The Mozilla Firefox developers have begun spreading the new Firefox 3.5.6 to the ftp mirror servers around the world which is an indication that the public release is imminent. Release notes and information have not been updated yet.

Also: Hands On Review of Thunderbird 3

privacy context and other concerns

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Moz/FF
  • Asa Dotzler: privacy context and other concerns
  • No Honor Among Thieves?
  • Mozilla's Firefox - the big challenger in the browser wars
  • Google green-lights extension which clearly violates its own policies
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