That’s right – it’s no longer in beta. The final build was available yesterday through Mozilla’s FTP servers, but the folks over there aren’t keen on …
Monday, October 25, 2010 -
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Mobile processors are quickly approaching speeds that allow phones to act more and more like truly pocketable computers, but one of the areas that still needs to be addressed is how to facilitate text input and visual output that rivals traditional notebooks.
Mozilla’s concept "Seabird" phone presents a few interesting ideas. For
The Internet Explorer 9 (IE9) Beta recently released by Microsoft reintroduces the software giant into the browser wars, but why are browsers worth fighting over when they’re essentially offered as freeware? Of the three major browsers used worldwide, Microsoft’s Internet Explorer, Mozilla’s Firefox and Google’s Chrome, each …
If you’re a Firefox user and iPhone owner who’s longed for a way to synchronize the data between your computer’s web browser and your mobile device, Mozilla’s new Firefox Home project may be right up your alley.
Popular open source web browser, Firefox, has just hit the early stages of its fourth iteration, aptly called Firefox 4. The beta version is available for download and “gives an early look at what’s planned for Firefox 4,” according to a company blog post.
The most notable change from past Firefox versions is a new visual layout, …