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Firefox At Five: 'Web Freedom May Not Last'

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  • Firefox At Five: 'Web Freedom May Not Last'
  • five years of firefox
  • Firefox Tops Vulnerability List
  • After 5 years, Firefox faces new challenges
  • Images: Firefox through the ages

The 10 dumbest Firefox add-ons ever

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crave.cnet.co.uk: Firefox is one of the towering achievements of the open-source movement, accounting for almost a quarter of all Web site visits just five years after its launch. One of the reasons for its enormous popularity is that it can be easily customised with a range of add-ons. But along with the really useful stuff, there's also plenty of total dross in there.

Head to Head: Google Chrome 4 Beta vs. Firefox 3.6

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pcmag.com: In the last couple of days, both Google's Chrome browser and Mozilla's Firefox have come out with new betas claiming improved performance. Why not compare these new betas head-to-head?

Is Firefox 4 copying the Google Chrome looks?

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  • Is Firefox 4 copying the Google Chrome looks?
  • Chrome Gains Speed, “Borrowed” Features
  • Hands on: Firefox 3.6 beta supports Personas, fullscreen video
  • Chrome 4.0 gets beta release

Firefox 3.6 Beta 1 doesn't know about:me, but it's fast

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blog.internetnews.com: The first official Mozilla Firefox 3.6 Beta release is now available, bringing with it a whole bunch of improvements to the open source web browser. It's also (to my naked eye) missing a few features that I had initially expected to see in Firefox 3.6.

Chrome and others nibble away IE usage

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news.cnet.com: Google's Chrome is still the fourth-place browser in terms of usage, but it gained more than others in October when it comes to stealing usage away from the dominant Internet Explorer.

Firefox 3.6 Beta 1 review

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mozillalinks.org: Firefox 3.6 will be the smallest upgrade Mozilla has released to date. Before this, version jumps have been in the 0.5 (Firefox 1.0 to 1.5, 3.0 to 3.5) or 1.0 (2.0 to 3.0) order, and while version numbers are not mathematically representative, the slight 0.1 version increase reflects the overall tone of this update, and Firefox development in general which is moving to a faster release pace.

Mozilla's messaging story gains credibility

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cnet.com: Mozilla isn't just about browsing anymore. While the foundation made its name with the increasingly popular open-source Firefox browser, it is quickly moving beyond its roots, particularly in the area of e-mail.

Mozilla fixes 16 flaws with Firefox 3.5.4

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computerworld.com: Mozilla today patched 16 vulnerabilities in Firefox, 11 of them critical, as it updated the open-source browser to version 3.5.4.

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