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Dear Firefox, You Have Non-Windows Users Too

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linuxtoday.com: A medium-large bit of news this week is a potentially serious exploit in the shiny new freshly-released Firefox 3.5, which was released, discovered, and fixed nearly all at the same time. Another open source security success story! Except for one thing-- no one bothered to report if this dastardly flaw affects Linux.

It Can Now be Cheaper to Shop Using Firefox

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prweb.com: It can now be cheaper to shop using Firefox. Vouchers.Im Indicator for Firefox is a new add-on which will keep consumers aware of all promotions and discounts available on the websites they visit.

Mozilla Firefox 3.5.1 Released

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Firefox 3.5.1 fixes the following issues:

* Several security issues.
* Several stability issues.
* An issue that was making Firefox take a long time to load on some Windows systems.

What I Like About Firefox

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schoollibraryjournal.com: There are camps of people who use different browsers and have long-winded, heated arguments over which one is best. If a tool can make my life simpler, more efficient, and fun, I’m more likely to use it. Firefox 3 fits the bill

New FireFox burns the competition

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  • Tech Review: New FireFox burns the competition

  • First Zero Day Exploit for Firefox 3.5
  • Slow Firefox 3.5 start up time
  • about:mozilla 7/14
  • Firefox plugin woes

US State Dept. workers beg Clinton for Firefox

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theregister.co.uk: US State Department workers have begged Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to let them use Firefox.

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.

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