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Mozilla Announces Firefox 10 New Dev Tools and Full-Screen API

Thursday, February 2, 2012 12:09 No Comments

Mozilla has officially released Firefox 10. The new version of the open source web browser includes a handful of improvements and new features. The browser’s built-in tools for web developers got a particularly significant boost in this release. The new version also offers better support for a number of web standards. The red panda is in double figures: the browser developed by the Mozilla Foundation is in fact now in version number 10 , as the software company also announced on the official website of the project. This is an absolutely unpredictable twelve months ago, when the stable release of the application was stopped at the 3.x branch of some problems in the development phase we

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Mozilla Firefox 8 grabs 35% of traffic in just one week, after latest release

Thursday, November 17, 2011 15:05 No Comments

Mozilla’s latest version of it’s popular Firefox web browser saw rapid adoption following its release last week. Firefox 8, the fifth major release of the Mozilla browser so far this year, became available for download on November 9th. Within one day, the new iteration had already grown to account for 7% of all Firefox traffic across Chitika’s ad network, the company reported on Tuesday. By the end of the browser’s first week of availability, Firefox 8 claimed 35% of all Firefox traffic. “This is yet another testament to Mozilla’s recently adopted rapid release process, particularly made evident by the fact that first seven versions of the browser took seven years to release,”

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Mozilla launches Firefox 5 with ‘Great more Features’

Wednesday, June 22, 2011 21:27 No Comments

Mozilla on Tuesday finally issued the new public release version of its wildly popular Web browser, Firefox. Version 5 of Firefox wasn’t met with quite the same fanfare as Firefox 4, but the update is a major one nonetheless. Mozilla bills its new browser as being faster than ever with “even more awesomeness,” and we can’t say we disagree. Firefox 5 has received massive improvements aimed at providing speedier performance, and the UI has been redesigned and improved as well. Firefox’s “do not track” feature also works across mobile and desktop platforms now, and Mozilla has improved support for MathML, HTML 5, XHR, and SMIL as well. Other areas targeted by the new b

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Firefox 4 and Beta 5 Becomes Available for Android and N900

Sunday, February 27, 2011 0:32 No Comments

Mountain View, California-based Mozilla Corp. has released the fifth beta build of Firefox 4 for Android and Nokia N900. Of course, the new build promises more stability and improved performance over previous releases. In addition, Mozilla has released a version of the Fennec browser for Windows, Mac OS X, and even Linux to allow users to test the browser on their computers. As usual, the build comes pre-loaded with all of the goodness that one comes to expect from a Firefox browser such as add-ons, Firefox Sync, and more. To download the latest Firefox 4 Beta 5, click here. Let us know what you think of it.

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New Firefox Add-on With New HTTPS Everywhere for secure browsing.

Tuesday, November 30, 2010 10:25 No Comments

Earlier this year, the Firefox add-on Firesheep created quite a controversy by making it easy to capture unencrypted web traffic. Firesheep sniffs unencrypted cookies sent across open wi-fi networks. That means anyone with Firesheep installed can watch your browsing sessions while you lounge at Starbucks and grab your log-in credentials for Facebook, Twitter or other popular sites. Armed with those credentials, anyone using Firesheep can essentially masquerade as you all over the web, logging in to other social sites, blogs and news sites using your Facebook or Twitter username and password. None of Firesheep’s mechanisms are new. But Firesheep made sniffing web traffic point-and-c

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