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Google Inc. Renews Firefox Search Deal

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emoneydaily.com: Google Inc. (NASDAQ:GOOG) has renewed its search deal with Mozilla Firefox.

How Google Can Deal a Death Blow to Firefox

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  • How Google Can Deal a Death Blow to Firefox
  • Has Google Killed Off Firefox By Pulling Toolbar Deal?
  • Can Firefox survive?
  • Mozilla declines to say if it's renewed lucrative Google deal
  • How To Tweak The Firefox Address Bar

Chrome usage almost at that of Firefox

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  • Chrome usage almost at that of Firefox
  • Firefox 3.6 users to get nudged towards 8.0.1
  • Close Tabs Efficiently In Firefox

Ubuntu will now track Mozilla updates

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h-online.com: The Ubuntu developers are now tracking Mozilla's rapid release cycle, releasing the updated version 8.0 of Mozilla's Firefox and Thunderbird.

Try SeaMonkey

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  • Try SeaMonkey 2.5 for a One-Stop Internet Solution
  • Silent Updates Proposed for Firefox Are a Bad Security Risk
  • New stuff in Firefox 8, looks ok

Firefox to get faster, less intrusive updates

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geek.com: Mozilla engineer Ehsan Akhgari has been toiling away at the improved delivery system for Firefox, and it’s now ready for testing.

Mozilla Releases Firefox 8.0.1

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ghacks.net: Mozilla is about to release an update for the latest stable version of Firefox. Firefox 8.0.1 will be released less than two weeks after the release of Firefox 8, the latest stable version of the popular Internet browser.

Hollywood and Congress Target Mozilla

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  • Hollywood and Congress Target Mozilla
  • Mozilla hatches plan to tackle memory leaks in Firefox add-ons
  • Mozilla Public License Version 2.0 RC 2
  • Mozilla Fights for the Internet’s Future
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