- First look: Firefox 4 Beta 1 shines on HTML5
- More Details on Features in Firefox 4 Beta 1
cnet.com: Mozilla released the first beta for Firefox 4 on Tuesday, introducing a new interface design to a wider Windows audience, support for multiple technologies that aim to be essential to Web browsing in the future, and a plan for updates far more aggressive than those of the past.
blogs.techrepublic.com: Firefox is my preferred Web browser on Linux, and one of the reasons I like it so much is due to the various extensions that are available for it. Whether you hate or love Firefox itself, the extensions are what usually turn the tide as to whether it is used, and Firefox has some great extensions that really enhance the Web browsing experience.
indlovu.wordpress: Here are some hidden features disabled by default, similar to Compiz expo and shift-switcher.
arstechnica.com: Mozilla announced today that Firefox users have downloaded more than two billion browser add-ons. To mark the occasion, Mozilla has created a special list of the top 25 add-ons.
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- Sync 1.4 and the status bar
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- Mozilla Firefox 4 Pre Beta 2
computerworlduk.com: I last interviewed Mozilla Europe's Tristan Nitot a couple of years ago. Yesterday, I met up with him again, and caught up with the latest goings-on in the world of Firefox.
theregister.co.uk: Big Blue has ditched an unnamed browser in favour of Mozilla’s Firefox, the company’s Bob Sutor confirmed in a blog post today.
ghacks.net: The Mozilla Firefox developers are working on several different branches of the web browser at the same time. The latest public version, Firefox 3.6.6 just released today, and Firefox 3.7 which will be renamed to Firefox 4.0 later this year.
blog.mozilla.com: Today, we launched an update to our crash protection feature to extend the amount of time Firefox will wait before terminating unresponsive plugins.