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Is Firefox Set To Turn Against Flash?

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conceivablytech.com: Rob Sayre, one of the leading developers of the Firefox platform has posted a very candid opinion about Apple’s influence on the web and it is not the kind of opinion you would expect. In fact, Sayre openly criticizes Flash as being incompatible with the mission of Firefox.

tabs on Title Bar

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  • Next release of Firefox - beta 9, will have tabs on Title Bar
  • The best and the novelty of Firefox 4

Firefox, Linux and the future of the web

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techradar.com: Tristan Nitot started working for Netscape in 1997, and was one of the first volunteers to work on the Mozilla project that rose out of Netscape's ashes.

Browsers 2010: The Year in Review

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internetnews.com: The past year was one of the busiest in recent memory for browser developers, with multiple releases and innovations from Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Apple Safari, Microsoft Internet Explorer and Opera.

Mozilla inadvertently publishes thousands of user IDs

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techradar.com: Firefox developer Mozilla has revealed this week that a database containing usernames and password hashes belonging to thousands of users of addons.mozilla.org had been posted publicly by accident.

Firefox is most popular browser in Armenia

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panarmenian.net: According to data of Circle.am Armenian ranking system, website visitors, who are registered on Circle.am, mostly use Firefox (41.05%) browser, as well as Chrome (27.36%).

Mozilla takes on web data miners with privacy icon release

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theregister.co.uk: Mozilla has pushed out a series of privacy icons that tell web surfers how their online data might be used depending on what site they've visited.

Firefox 4 Nearly Fully Baked

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pcmag.com: For Mozilla's next browser version, let's hope eight is enough. The independent software foundation has just released Beta 8 of the heavily overhauled new version of Firefox.

Mozilla denies Firefox 4 'do-not-track' privacy option

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zdnet.co.uk: Firefox 4 will not include a 'do not track' privacy option to block targeted advertising, according to the web browser's maker Mozilla.

Revised Mozilla Public License — Beta 1

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blog.lizardwrangler.com: In March of this year we kicked up a process to update the Mozilla Public License. We recently released the first beta of the MPL 2.0 and we believe that this beta is now feature complete, meaning that it addresses all major known issues.

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