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Firefox 5 review: Tab perfection

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  • Firefox 5 review: Tab perfection
  • Memory Restart Tells You When Firefox’s Memory Usage Gets Too High
  • Neat Firefox 5 feature
  • GNU IceCat 5.0 Released
  • Opera 11.50 "Swordfish" Release Candidate 5

The WebGL Battle in the Great Browser Wars

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linuxinsider.com (blog safari): Even on the sunniest, most peaceful days here in the Linux blogosphere, it's a pretty safe bet that the Great Browser Wars are still being waged somewhere, whether or not we can actually overhear the particular skirmish of the moment.

Web Browser Battle Royale turns Dirty

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brajeshwar.com: The all-out web browser brawl has competitors throwing dirty punches in a below-the-belt free-for-all fight for market share.

Mozilla The Rapid Release Cycle

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  • Should Mozilla Ditch The Rapid Release Cycle Again?
  • 10 must-have Firefox extensions
  • Opera 11.5 RC 2

Mozilla to enterprise customers: "Drop dead"

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zdnet.com: New releases are due every six weeks. So what does Mozilla say to reassure enterprise customers who are worried about testing and deployment of Firefox? “Go away. We don’t need you.”

Firefox, From Darling to Enemy in One Release

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linux-blog.org: What is wrong with everyone in Linux land bagging on Mozilla Firefox and their 5.0 release?

Firefox does silent major version update!?

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  • Firefox does silent major version update!?
  • 10 Things You Should Know About Firefox 5
  • Firefox 5 goes live. But is it any better?

85% Of Firefox Users Install Add-ons

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  • 85% Of Firefox Users Install Add-ons
  • The Speed of Firefox 5.0
  • 85% of Firefox users use add-ons; Chrome users, just 33%
  • Firefox 5 Should have been Firefox 4.02!

Do We Really Need a New Browser Every Six Weeks?

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  • Do We Really Need a New Browser Every Six Weeks?
  • Firefox Strategy is a Recipe for Failure
  • Mozilla retires Firefox 4 from security support

Firefox 5: New, but improved?

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zdnet.com: Yes, there’s already a new version of Firefox out. Hurray! But, is there anything really “new” in it? Not so much.

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