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Firefox 12 What’s New

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Firefox 3.6 Will Be Automatically Updated, After All

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ghacks.net: With Firefox 3.6 reaching its end of life this month, Mozilla and Firefox 3.6 users are in a predicament.While there are currently no known security vulnerabilities for version 3.6 of the browser, Mozilla fears that criminals will exploit the end of support to attack Firefox 3.6 users on the Internet.

Firefox To Require Permission For Plug-Ins

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  • Firefox To Require Permission For Plug-Ins
  • Flash and Java to be click-to-play in future Firefox
  • Firefox to Gain Real-Time Video Chat Features

Mozilla opens up over Boot 2 Gecko

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zdnet.co.uk: ZDNet UK talked to Jay Sullivan, vice president of products at Mozilla, to see what difficulties the project has had to overcome, what's in store, and why Boot 2 Gecko (B2G) needs to exist at all.

CentOS 6 & Firefox 10 - Modern becomes you

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dedoimedo.com: CentOS 6 is arguably one of the least expected best distributions for your desktop. While it is intended for servers, it does a splendid job at home, too. It's fast, light, stable, robust, and supported unto eternity.

Is Firefox Really Becoming Dispensable?

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ghacks.net: Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols questioned whether the Mozilla Firefox web browser has a future in the web browsing market in a new commentary on ZDnet yesterday. Lets take a look.

Why Firefox Could Become a Top Browser Again

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tomshardware.com: Mozilla has turned Firefox around. These numbers don't lie.

Firefox 11 review: Firefox has jumped the shark

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zdnet.com: Not very fast, really unstable, and falling in popularity, does Firefox have a future?

Inside Mozilla's Amazing Office Space In San Francisco

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businessinsider.com: Mozilla, the nonprofit organization that runs the Firefox project, has more than 450 million users worldwide and is known for its open source projects.

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