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Firefox 29 now available in Fedora

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Red Hat
Moz/FF

One of Firefox’s big strengths as a web browser has always been it’s ability to be customized. The community has already developed a plethora of Themes and Plugins for Firefox users to utilize. Firefox 29 makes the experience of tweaking your browser that much easier with the new Customization Mode.

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Firefox 30 Beta Finally Supports GStreamer 1.0

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Movies
Moz/FF

Firefox 30 also has a new Box Model Highlighter, new CSS property support, ECMAScript 6.0 support improvements, and many other changes. While Firefox 30 is now in a beta state, it will be officially released in June.

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A Demo Video Of Mozilla’s Firefox OS Running On Nexus 5 Has Been Created

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Linux
Moz/FF

Hello Firefox OS Enthusiasts. Firefox OS is a new Linux based mobile operating system, built by using the new HTML5 technology by the Mozilla developers. For now, it is used as default on smartphones with modest hardware specs, developed by LG, ZTE, Alcatel and Geeksphone, while Firefox and Spreadtrum are already working on a 50$ Firefox OS based phone.

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Firefox 29.0 For Linux Is Now Available For Download

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Moz/FF

While we're still waiting on the official release announcement, Mozilla Firefox 29.0 is now available for download.

Those interested in grabbing Mozilla Firefox 29.0 for Linux x86_64 can fetch it from this download link.

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Mozilla Names Andreas Gal New CTO

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Moz/FF

For as long as I can remember, Brendan Eich was the CTO of Mozilla, then he got appointed CEO and well - things happened and now he's left the building.

In the meantime, there wasn't (AFAIK) a CTO at Mozilla, but that changes today.

Andreas Gal starts as Mozilla's new CTO today.

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Feedback "positive" on Firefox mobile OS, says Mozilla exec

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Moz/FF

Mozilla has been receiving positive feedback in the Latin American countries where is has launched the Firefox mobile OS given that users can access more applications on the open web than in a closed OS.

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Ubuntu Can Run Apps Designed for Firefox OS from Firefox Marketplace

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Moz/FF
Ubuntu

We tested Ubuntu 14.04 LTS Beta (Trusty Tahr) with the Firefox Marketplace and we managed to get a few games and applications running. To top things off, users can even lock the apps to the Unity launcher, making them permanent.

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Leaked Firefox OS 2.0 screenshots show slicker UI

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Moz/FF

Firefox OS, currently available in version 1.3, has never been known for its good looks. However, it has jumped out to an early, if modest, lead among mobile Linux operating systems for other reasons. For example, it has already shipped in commercial phones, and is quite usable. It’s dead simple, and re-imagines mobile phones from the start as browser devices. It also manages to squeeze every ounce of power from modest, earlier generation Snapdragon processors.

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LibreOffice 4.2.3 arrives with Heartbleed fix

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Moz/FF

The Document Foundation has announced the release of LibreOffice 4.2.3 which is available for free download. The foundation says “LibreOffice 4.2.3 ‘Fresh’ is the most feature rich version of the software, and is suited for early adopters willing to leverage a larger number of innovations. For enterprise deployments and for more conservative users, The Document Foundation suggests the more mature LibreOffice 4.1.5 ‘Stable’.”

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Firefox OS 2.0 starts emerging from its cocoon

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Linux
Moz/FF
Gadgets

Firefox OS 2.0 plans include copy and paste support, a new mechanism for launching apps and switching among them, a more useful lock screen, a find-my phone system, and more. Those features will be crucial to the success of the nascent OS, which lags Android and iOS by years but which is critical to Mozilla's continued relevance.

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Alice is killing the trolls -- but expect patent lawyers to strike back

Open source software developers rejoice: Alice Corp. v CLS Bank is fast becoming a landmark decision for patent cases in the United States. The Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, which handles all appeals for patent cases in the United States, has often been criticized for its handling of these cases -- Techdirt describes it as "the rogue patent court, captured by the patent bar." But following the Alice decision, the Court of Appeals seems to have changed. Read more

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Webconverger 26 Is a Secure Kiosk OS That Doesn't Store Any Data

Webconverger is a distribution designed and developed with a single goal in mind, namely to provide the best Kiosk experience possible. This means that people will be able to use that OS as a regular system, although its functionality will be limited and it will be impossible to install any other apps. This is a very helpful solution if this is a public PC, like in a library or a cafe, and it preserves the quality of the installation for a very long time. Because users can't interact with it on a deeper level, the operating system will remain stable and it will be pretty much the same like in the first day that it was used. Read more

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