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Four Firefox Annoyances to Fix for 4.0

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linux-mag.com: Firefox is the perfect browser, right? Well, it’s probably the best on the market — but that doesn’t mean that it’s perfect. Firefox has several annoyances — some large, some small — that we’d like to see fixed for 4.0.

Firefox 3.5 Review - The Return of Mozilla

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eweekeurope.co.uk: With much faster rendering, HTML 5 support, native video handling improved standards support and more, Firefox is back

one week of firefox 3.5

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  • one week of firefox 3.5

  • Mozilla Developer News 7/7
  • Firefox stability to get a boost with multiprocess browsing
  • HideTab lets you cloak embarrassing tabs quickly
  • Opera defends against security concerns

Mozilla Rushing to Fix Firefox 3.5 Bugs

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eweek.com: Mozilla plans to release a patched version of its latest browser, to be named Firefox 3.5.1, in response to certain bugs that have revealed themselves following Firefox 3.5's June 30 release.

Mozilla CEO: The browser has a long way to go

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h-online.com: Now that Firefox 3.5 is out, The H talked to Mozilla CEO John Lilly about HTML 5, Chrome, the mobile Web and the future of Firefox and he says the war is far from won

Mozilla Firefox 3.6 Project Codenamed Namoroka

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webdotdev.com: Mozilla has announced it’s new Project – Mozilla Firefox 3.6 which is codenamed “Namoroka“, with an intended release target of early-to-mid 2010

Browser battle royale: Which should you use?

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csmonitor.com: These days, you have a broader choice of Internet browsers, despite the attempts by Microsoft to drive all the other browsers out of the space over the past decade. Microsoft’s Internet Explorer remains the most popular browser with a 65.9 percent share, but Mozilla’s open source Firefox has been showing a lot of strength in the past two years.

Is Firefox 3.5 Worth Using?

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  • Is Firefox 3.5 Worth Using?

  • All about Firefox 3.5, available now
  • Firefox 3.5: Stumbling out of the gate
  • FireFox 3.5, Add-ons and Backwards Compatibility
  • Firefox 3.5 screenshots
  • Firefox 3.5: a first look
  • Howto Fix Firefox 3.5's Font Hinting Problem on Ubuntu
  • Howto : Upgrade from Firefox3.x to 3.5 in Linux

Firefox 3.5's Benchmark Scores

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  • Firefox 3.5's Benchmark Scores Brutalize IE 8, Almost Tie Chrome

  • Mozilla Firefox 3.5: Life In The Fast Lane
  • PCMag Radio: Firefox 3.5—The Best Browser
  • Firefox 3.5 vs. Chrome 3 Showdown, Round 2: Bookmarks
  • Firefox 3.5 is a Solid Upgrade

Benchmarking Firefox 3.5

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  • Benchmarking Firefox 3.5

  • Firefox 3.5 - A Really Impressive Release
  • Google development kit could mean Firefox on Android
  • Firefox 3.5 is fast, but still behind Chrome and Safari
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