- Mozilla Releases Firefox 6, for Real
- Mozilla launches Firefox 6 with tasty treats for developers
- Mozilla wants to hide Firefox version numbers from users
- Deactivate Multiple Firefox Add-Ons
- Firefox releases get smaller, as do Internet Explorer cakes
- Network admins stunned and reeling from repeated Firefox upgrades
- After Early Post, Firefox 6.0 Launch Goes Official Today
- Mozilla Firefox 6 Final Now Available For Download
- The New Firefox Permissions Manager
- The GPU Acceleration Situation In Firefox 6
technorati.com: In a statement released today, the Mozilla Foundation announced that for all future versions of Firefox, starting with version 7 which is still under development, reducing memory leaks will no longer be a priority – not at all, actually.
webpronews.com: If they’re aren’t a new batch of bugs discovered between this weekend and Tuesday, the 16th of August, Firefox fans and users alike can expect a new version of the browser to be available.
paidcontent.org: How do you dramatically increase the number of people using a privacy feature in just a few months? Apparently, just by putting it somewhere they can find it.
computerworld.com: Mozilla's Firefox 7, slated to ship in late September, will be significantly faster because of work done plugging the browser's memory leaks, a company developer says.
conceivablytech.com: We had a chance to chat with Johnathan Nightingale Mozilla’s Director of Firefox Engineering about Firefox’ current challenges, its opportunities, its rivals, trends and its future.
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conceivablytech.com: Add-ons have long been the most appealing feature of Firefox. It was the first browser to allow its users to create add-ons that modify its core functionality. However, as powerful as open add-ons are, they can break a browser as well.
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