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Mozilla posts first Firefox 3.1 release candidate build

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tgdaily.com: Mozilla is close to be releasing a major update for its Firefox 3 browser. The release candidate of Firefox 3.1 appeared earlier today and is, as far as we can see, pretty much finished. The actual release of the browser should only be a matter of days.

Mozilla eyes extra beta for Firefox 3.1

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computerworld.com: Mozilla Corp. will probably add a third beta to the development schedule for Firefox 3.1 to get a better handle on remaining bugs and give several new features.

Yet Another "10 Useful Forefox Extensions"

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YATS, Yet Another Technology Site: You have read such posts again & again... So read Yet Another!

Sustainability in Uncertain Times

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blog.lizardwrangler: Today we are posting our audited financial statements and tax form for 2007. As in past years, I’ll use this event as an opportunity to review both our financial status and our overall effectiveness in moving the mission forward.

Also: Mozilla chairman unfazed by Google Chrome

20+ Firefox Plugins to Enhance Your YouTube Experience

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mashable.com: There is no arguing that YouTube is the most popular video sharing site out there, but that isn’t to say that there aren’t things about it that annoy users. There are a wide array of plugins for Firefox to make the YouTube user experience that much better. Here are over 20.

Also: Trick Out Your Firefox Browser with Style

Firefox 3.1 gets tab tearing

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mozillalinks.org: The latest Firefox 3.1 development release features the announced option for tab tearing: drag a tab out of its current window, and it is removed and opened on a new one, providing a more intuitive way to organize your web browsing.

Also: Here Be Dragons!

Interview with Mitchell Baker

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livemint.com: Mitchell Baker, Chairperson of Mozilla Foundation and Mozilla Corporation talks about the Curious tale of Mozilla, the importance of a browser, Open Source and what excites her about the Internet

Surprise! The memory issues are back in Firefox

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inquisitr.com: Numerous users of the latest version of the Firefox web browser (3.0.4 released yesterday) are reporting memory issues causing the browser to freeze up or crash. Firefox 2 was plagued with memory management issues, but users had thought Mozilla had put these behind them with Firefox 3.

Firefox 3.0.4 update available now

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mozillalinks.org: Mozilla has released Firefox 3.0.4, the fourth update to Firefox 3, released last June. As usual, this release brings several stability and performance bug fixes, as well as, according to the release notes, some security patches.

Firefox 3.1 beta 2 delayed, beta 3 now sheduled

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blogs.zdnet: The Mozilla team had decided to delay beta 2 and release a beta 3 in order to resolve bugs and garner more feedback before the early 2009 ship.

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