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Start of feature cull for Firefox 4

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Moz/FF Mozilla has confirmed that it has started culling features for version 4.0 of its open source Firefox web browser.

Unified Stop Reload Go button comes to Firefox 4

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Moz/FF Pieces keep fitting in for the Firefox 4 theme refresh. Recent development nightlies now feature the planned stop-reload-go button next to the location bar.

No 64-bit version of Firefox 4.0?

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linuxcritic.wordpress: I got up this morning and saw "No 64-bit (x64) Firefox 4.0," which led me to a pretty serious WTF moment, all before having my morning coffee.

No 64-bit (x64) Firefox 4.0

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Moz/FF If you’re holding your breath while waiting for the 64-bit (x64) flavor of Firefox 4.0, feel free to exhale now.

Songbird 1.8.0 adds support for more devices

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Moz/FF Nearly three months after the last update, the Songbird developers have released version 1.8.0 of their open source media player, code named "Orbital".

The Death of Firefox 3.5

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Moz/FF According to the download page for Firefox 3.5, Mozilla has already killed off this browser version.

Firefox 4 Review: App Tab, Panorama and Sync

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Moz/FF Mozilla has recently released the fourth beta of the Firefox 4 browser. I have been testing it since the first beta and I am happy to see the progress and the addition of new features with each beta.

Firefox 4.0 Freeze Delayed to September 10

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  • Firefox 4.0 Feature Freeze Delayed to September 10
  • Thousands of Firefox add-ons already work on Firefox 4

Firefox 3.6.9 release candidate rocks up for sturdy testers

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Moz/FF Mozilla pumped out a release candidate version of Firefox 3.6.9 yesterday. The pre-beta update is intended only for brave souls willing and able to have a poke around in the unfinished code.

Why Firefox 4 is now the browser to beat

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Moz/FF The latest Firefox beta is a very impressive piece of work, in large part because of its new Panorama feature. It's clearly become the top browser of all. Here's why Chrome, Internet Explorer, and all the rest have a lot of catching up to do.

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