- Rumblings in the Browser World
- How to switch back to Firefox's old download manager
- Firefox 20.0.1 update
- Mozilla CEO exits just as Firefox mobiles roll out
- Will Mozilla Firefox 21 Be a Healthy Open Source Browser?
- Mozilla: Gearing up for the Next Chapter
- Mozilla devs plotting to put a stake in <blink> tag – at last
- Mozilla Stands Firm on Firefox Cookie Blocking, Despite Protests
- Firefox 22.0 Alpha 2 for Linux Improves Memory Usage
ghacks.net: Mozilla will upgrade the stable channel of its desktop browser to Firefox 20.0 today. The beta release notes are the source of our information as the final release notes have not been published yet.
arstechnica.com: Launching a new mobile OS is a difficult project since the market leaders, Android and iOS, have such a big lead. Mozilla, the non-profit foundation behind Firefox, believes it can tackle this dilemma.
royal.pingdom.com: The “Browser Wars” is an ongoing struggle between three, maybe four actors. Last year, Chrome, Firefox, and Internet Explorer each dominated two regions of the world.
tomshardware.com: Important versions of Chrome and Firefox were released since our last installment, and though we're ready to leave Windows 7 behind, IE10 brings us back for one more round. Naturally, our exhaustive suite of benchmarks undergoes a massive update as well.
- 5 Best Firefox Add-ons for Mobile-Desktop Syncing
- Mozilla Provides Updated Peek at OS Simulator
- How to make Firefox the Fort Knox of browsers
intomobile.com: Firefox OS may be up for a good start with 17 operators wowing to support the nascent platform.
h-online: The latest release of Mozilla's Firefox open source web browser, version 19, brings few new features but does close four critical security holes.
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ghacks.net: The Do Not Track feature has been designed to give Internet users a say in the matter. Mozilla has improved the Do Not Track feature in its Firefox web browser starting with current Nightly versions (that is version 21 of it).
pcmag.com: Mozilla today unveiled two new developer preview phones that feature the browser maker's Firefox OS.
h-online.com: A security researcher has demonstrated how it is still possible to silently install extensions, or as Mozilla calls them add-ons, for the open source Firefox web browser.
- Self-Destructing Cookies for Firefox
- Health Reports to launch in Firefox 20
internetnews.com: 2012 was one of the busiest year's ever for the Mozilla's Firefox project. This is the first full year for Mozilla's rapid release cycle which debuted in 2011.
ghacks.net: Back in November I ran a story that Mozilla added support for H.264 video to Firefox Nightly versions. Turned out that this was not the case after all, but a case of the NoScript plugin blocking the detection on YouTube’s HTML5 player site.
networkworld.com: After a long, quiet period of Microsoft dominance, the PC browser market has been broken wide-open again in recent years, with Firefox and Chrome challenging Internet Explorer, and Opera sniffing at the margins.
ghacks.net: Sometimes when you install software on a Windows system you may end up with more than you have bargained for. I’m talking about toolbar installations and the changes they make to your operating system and web browsers that you use.