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Mozilla sets Firefox 3.5 final release for Tuesday

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  • Mozilla sets Firefox 3.5 final release for Tuesday

  • Firefox 3.5 and the future of the web
  • Firefox Aims to Unplug Scripting Attacks
  • Ch-ch-ch-changes: A visual history of Firefox

Mozilla looking beyond Firefox 3.5

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techradar.com: Firefox 3.5 is not even out for general release yet, but Mozilla are already suggesting that the trunk builds of its successor are 20-30 per cent faster and will build on the company's work on video integration.

At last ... a Firefox that's at least as fast as Chrome

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  • At last ... a Firefox that's at least as fast as Chrome

  • Collateral Damage & The Browser Wars
  • Why Firefox Doesn't Take Google Chrome Features
  • Musing about Firefox and the death of IE
  • Firefox 3.5 gears up for a possible Tuesday public release

Firefox 3.5 RC3 Coming Right Up

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softpedia.com: The third Release Candidate build for Firefox 3.5 is on its way. Mozilla repeatedly stressed during the development process of the next iteration of its open source browser that it was aiming to produce a single RC for Firefox 3.5. And fact is that it came extremely close to doing so.

Everything you need to know about Firefox 3.5

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techradar.com: Mozilla recently released the second release candidate of Firefox 3.5 and is due to launch the final version before the end of the month. Here's your one-stop guide to the key new features in the latest version.

Firefox 3.5 Release May Accelerate IE's Downfall

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  • Firefox 3.5 Release May Accelerate IE's Downfall

  • Mozilla's new security policy
  • about:mozilla - June 23
  • Thunderbird 2.0.0.22 fixes vulnerabilities

Firefox 3.5 RC Review

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taragana.com: Google's Chrome 2.0 speeded up after dropping its beta and Opera 10 beta claiming a better browsing speed, all eyes are on Mozilla's new Firefox version hyped to touch Amazing feats of speed.

First results of Electrolysis, multi-process Firefox

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mozillalinks.org: A few weeks ago, Mozilla announced Electrolysis, a new project that aims to make Firefox a multi-process application, with separate processes for the user interface (chrome), each tab, and plugins, in order to provide higher stability.

Honesty and openness 'will keep Firefox popular'

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techradar.com: Firefox 3.5 will continue to take market share from Internet Explorer, according to Mozilla's Vice President of Engineering Mike Shaver – with honesty and user focus still the main aim in an increasingly competitive environment.

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