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Facebook Chat Now Embedded in Firefox Browser

Written on October 25, 2012 by Aiken Lewis

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Surf sites while chatting using the updated Firefox Beta Browser

Mozilla has launched a new social API feature to their latest version of Firefox Beta Browser. They have partnered with Facebook and have embedded the Facebook Messenger chat box in their web browser.

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Mozilla Continues Search Partnership with Google

Written on December 21, 2011 by Aiken Lewis

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Google will still be Mozilla's search engine for the next three years

Google will still be Mozilla’s default search engine for the next three years. Google has been one of the primary source of income for Mozilla, generating $121.1 Million in revenue for 2010.

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Mozilla Releases Firefox 9 Final Version For Windows, Mac and Linux

Written on December 20, 2011 by Kristoff Jones

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Firefox 9 final version includes type-inference for faster JavaScript performance, now available for download for Windows, Mac and Linux users.

After five weeks of beta testing, Mozilla has just released the final version of Firefox 9 for Windows, Mac and Linux. The release which now includes type-inference support boasts an improved JavaScript performance and comes with an expanded support for HTML5 and CSS standards.

Other significant updates include an improve theme integration, multiply displays and two-finger navigation for Mac OS X Lion users.

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Google Chrome Surpasses Mozilla Firefox in Market Shares For The First Time

Written on December 02, 2011 by Aiken Lewis

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More Users Now Use Google Chrome than Mozilla Firefox

Google Chrome is now trailing behind Microsoft’s Internet Explorer, which is still the world’s most used browser. For the past few years, Chrome, has maintained its number three spot, when it comes to browser usage compared to Firefox that has steadily maintained its second spot, well, except for this month.

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Mozilla Brings in BrowserID

Written on July 18, 2011 by Aiken Lewis

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Mozilla made the first step in unifying several passwords for easy access.

With this new innovation from Mozilla, people don’t have to memorize series of numbers and letters to protect their logins and profiles online. The company introduces BrowserID. To get started with BrowserID, the person needs to sign up and enter a Master Password. Once the process is completed, the person can now browse other sites and log in by clicking the “Log in with BrowserID” button. Please be reminded that the website the person is visiting should support BrowserID.

Let’s see the perception of the public about this new innovation. Other sites like Facebook has alredy permitted their users to sign up to other sites using their Facebook logins.

See the BrowserID introductory video after the skip.

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Mozilla’s Thunderbird 5.0, Ready for Download

Written on June 29, 2011 by Lulu

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Mozzila Thunderbird 5.0's final version is now available for download from its server, following its beta release a few weeks ago.

After releasing an earlier version of their email client software, Mozilla rolls out the final release of Thunderbird 5.0. It now can be download on its server.

However, the latter means that Thunderbird 5.0 will not run on PowerPC-based Macs. The latest beta version of the app was released a few weeks ago. That means, the developers moved quickly to finalize the final version and make it available for users. Mozilla skipped over ‘four’ in naming the software versions, so it would be numerically consistent with the Firefox.

Check out Thunderbird 5.0’s feature after the break.

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Microsoft Delivers IE9 Cupcake to Mozilla

Written on June 23, 2011 by Adam Eve

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Microsoft sends out its love for Mozilla, as the IE team delivers a congratulatory cupcake for the Firefox 5 release.

Microsoft delivered a congratulatory cupcake for Mozilla, following the successful release of Firefox 5. However, this is not the first time that Microsoft sent Mozilla a tasty congratulatory treat.

Back in 2008, the Internet Explorer team sent a cake with the launch of Firefox 3. Then a smaller cake came last March when Mozilla unleashed Firefox 4. This time, Microsoft sent our their love for Mozilla with a cupcake, and a “Congratulations on shipping” note at the flap of the box.

So what’s the point of Microsoft sending sweets to Mozilla if they’re not laced with poison? It’s just a friendly competition. Although IE and Mozilla are competing Internet browsers, Microsoft is still the winner — since the latter allows Windows-based users to shop for online Microsoft products, watch videos with Microsoft ads, and even use Bing.

Basically, the cupcake is Microsoft’s way of reminding Mozilla that no matter how successful they are now, Internet Explorer is just lurking in the shadows. Ready to strike any moment.

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IPv6: A Solution to The Web’s Dilemma

Written on June 07, 2011 by R. Cruise

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Today is World IPv6 Day and Google leads the charge to test and adopt the new Internet Protocol.

Google, the Internet Society, and several other web companies announced in January the World IPv6 Day, when each organization would enable IPv6 addresses on their websites for a 24-hour period. The list of organizations has now grown to more than 400 tech companies, which includes Facebook, Mozilla, Bing, YouTube and several others.

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Firefox 5 Preview, Now Available

Written on March 31, 2011 by Adam Eve

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Just a couple of days after Mozilla unleashed its Firefox 4, the company is on its way to making the browser's fifth version.

FireZoomFox 5 is already in the works, and can be downloaded now as a preview. Although Firefox 5 is in development already, it was only posted recently on Mozilla’s FTP server in nightly build form.

The new browser has a version number 4.2a1pre, but it was confirmed to be the foundation of Mozilla Firefox 5. Other than that, there will also be a 4.0.x maintenance release for Firefox 4 with minor bug fixes.

According to the release plan, Firefox 5’s initial stable experimental release will be on April 13, while the fully functional browser will be available on June 29. However, the anticipated interface changes – like web application tabs – will not land until early May.

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Mozilla Seabird: Made Out of our Desires

Written on September 25, 2010 by Charles Bass

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Forget Facebook phones, feast over the beauty of Mozilla Seabird.

Make way Facebook, Mozilla has something and it’s larger than life.

Concept designer Billy May, working through Mozilla’s “Open Web Concept Phone” has gathered community feedbacks and reactions. Purpose? We are quite not sure but it seems like a mobile feature called the Mozilla Seabird. Carrying the resemblance of BlacBerry Storm, but it’s not the physique that sells it. Its the functions that no other smartphone had.

It looks that the functionality of the phone’s orientation is quite exemplary. Flat on the table there are two halves of a QWERTY keyboard, up on the dock is the dual purpose of a large viewing screen above and a seamless projector on the keyboard below. It includes features like pop-out wireless pointer, Bluetooth headset and many others.

Don’t get too excited yet, Mozilla is not developing a phone nor they have plans, they are just using their 3D software to visualize the community imagination. But surely there will be one thing in your mind, why not make the dream a realiyt?

See for yourself. Click play.

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