- News tagged "firefox"
Wednesday, 28 Mar 2012
Mozilla has decided to use its popular internet browser, Firefox, to showcase the power of HTML 5 by launching a multiplayer game titled BrowserQuest. The game requires no addition plugins to function and is handled entirely by the browser.
Thursday, 15 Mar 2012
Google has followed Mozilla's lead and announced plans to port Chrome over to Metro. But will both the competitors, as strange as it may sound, be able to top Internet Explorer 10?
Wednesday, 14 Mar 2012
While Mozilla's Firefox hit its tenth incarnation not too long ago at the end of January, version 11 is being released today. What improvements for users as well as developers does it bring?
Monday, 12 Mar 2012
A Mozilla developer has announced on his blog that they have started work on porting Firefox for the Windows 8 Metro interface.
Friday, 23 Dec 2011
Google and Mozilla have just sealed an estimated US$300 million-a-year search deal that will last for three years. In other words, the non-profit organization would have US$900 million of guaranteed funding for the next three years.
Wednesday, 21 Dec 2011
Mozilla and Google have decided that the latter will remain the default search engine for the popular browser for another three years. At the same time, Firefox 9 is available as a beta download.
Wednesday, 9 Nov 2011
Mozilla has made Firefox 8 available for download. The new web browser introduces the ability to search through tweets, on-demand tab browsing and greater HTML 5 support.
Thursday, 3 Nov 2011
Internet explorer slips below 50% global browser usage for the first time in a decade. Could this mean we are witnessing the beginning of the end for Microsoft's web browser?
Wednesday, 28 Sep 2011
The developers on the Mozilla Firefox project have been hard at work. Following the release of Firefox 6 last month, Mozilla have released Firefox 7.0 with claims for a smoother and richer web experience.
Wednesday, 14 Sep 2011
The hardworking folks at Mozilla give Android tablets a fresh take on web browsing. Hit the jump for more.