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Hands-on with Mozilla Labs' new tab prototypes

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arstechnica.com: Mozilla Labs has released an experimental Firefox extension that brings new functionality to blank tab pages.

'Firefox Web Developer' is a hidden security gem

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techtarget.com.au: Have you ever come across a situation where you've needed a tool but didn't think you had the right one to get the job done? Like when you're trying to change a smoke detector battery or tighten a loose door knob -- it seems as if the tool you need is never handy.

Mozilla rethinks the behavior of new browser tabs

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downloadsquad.com: A few months ago Mozilla embarked on a quest to determine a way to make new browser tabs more useful. Today Mozilla's Aza Raskin shared some of the team's conclusions, based on user feedback.

Mozilla Cooking Firefox 3.5, Forget Firefox 3.1

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softpedia.com: In the Firefox Product Delivery Meeting Details, Mozilla notes that “version numbering [would advance from] 3.1 -> 3.5 to indicate increased scope.

Firefox 3 Gains Ground on Microsoft Internet Explorer

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sys-con.com: Mozilla Firefox 3 overtook Microsoft’s Internet Explorer 6 for the first time in February in the Internet browser wars according to monthly data from StatCounter Global Stats.

Firefox 3.1 Beta 3 code to freeze end of day March 3

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blogs.zdnet.com: Bugs or no bugs, Mozilla will freeze the code to the much delayed Firefox 3.1 beta 3 by the end of day.

The 12 Best Firefox About:Config Performance Tweaks

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techfragments.com: Below are a few of our favorite Firefox performance hacks, tweaks, and productivity enhancements that can be made via the About:config of Firefox.

Mozilla delays Firefox 3.1 again, slates another beta

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computerworld.com: Mozilla Corp. yesterday announced it will add another beta to the Firefox 3.1 development schedule, a move that will push the browser's ship date to the second quarter or later.

Mozilla demos impressive Firefox 3.1 features at SCALE

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arstechnica.com: During a presentation on Saturday at the Southern California Linux Expo (SCALE), Mozilla evangelist Chris Blizzard discussed some of new features that will be included in the next version of the Firefox Web browser.

25 Most Awesome Firefox Wallpapers

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junauza.com: As I’ve said before, Firefox web browser has become so popular that it has a lot of passionate users. These people will do everything to help spread Firefox. --Like some of them have created great desktop wallpapers.

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