conceivablytech.com: It’s the end of February and it appears as if Mozilla will miss yet another important target: It is unlikely at this time that Firefox 4 RC will become available this month, as the next beta is frozen, another beta is planned and 20 blocking bugs remain.
webmonkey.com: Mozilla has released an update to the latest version of its Firefox web browser, fixing a critical flaw that allowed hackers to run malicious code on an unsuspecting person’s machine.
- With Firefox 4 Days Away, Mozilla is Updating an Online Bug List Counter
- Mozilla to skip CSRF bug patch in next Firefox update
zdnet.com: Developers continue to fire away on new and existing bugs before issuing the first Firefox 4 Release Candidate. To that end, the team now expects beta 12 — likely the last beta — to be available early next week.
ostatic.com: As 2011 begins, browsers represent one of the most hotly contested categories in all of open source. Open source browsers, especially Google Chrome and Firefox, are leading innovation, and are both on increasingly rapid development cycles.
conceivablytech.com: I can’t quite remember that we have been so excited about any other bug list ever. Mozilla is getting very creative in keeping the focus on eliminating every single hard- blocking bug from the Firefox 4 code and has, to our knowledge, posted the first-ever bug countdown for a significant public software. Can we ship yet?
computerworld.com: It's looking increasingly unlikely that Mozilla will ship Firefox 4 this month.
arstechnica.com: Microsoft and Mozilla traded barbs this week in a dispute over what constitutes a "modern" Web browser. The competitive friction is starting to heat up because the Redmond software giant and Silicon Valley nonprofit are preparing to release the next major versions of their respective Web browsers.
- Firefox 4 in March, A First Look At Firefox 5
- Mozilla Infographic Compares Firefox And Internet Explorer
manilastandardtoday.com: I LOOK forward to the day when the folks at Mozilla decide that Firefox 4 is ready to launch without the word “beta” attached to it.