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New Firefox Build Adds Support for Multi-Touch Gestures

Wednesday, December 10th, 2008

As MacRumors notes, this Monday Mozilla released its latest beta version of Firefox 3.1. Across all supported platforms, the “Beta 2″ version of the popular web browser will include:

-Private Browsing Mode
-Faster JavaScript engine
-Improved rendering
-Support for new web technologies
Users of Apple’s newest line of laptops, with built in multi-touch trackpad support, will also be pleased [...]

Songbird Flutters a Sweet Tune but Can it Compete with Apple?

Friday, December 5th, 2008

Earlier this week, Songbird, the open-source customizable music player powered by Mozilla technology made it’s official 1.0 launch. Set out to be an open design with a variety of integrated services, a vast array of add-ons and ever expanding developer community, is it possible that Songbird could ever pose a threat to Apple’s iTunes?

After [...]

Apple Helps Mozilla Fix Potential Graphics Exploit in Firefox

Thursday, September 25th, 2008

With help from Apple Inc., Mozilla has been able to successfully fix crash errors in their flagship product, “Firefox”.

The Mozilla organization says that Apple helped fix crash errors in their Firefox browser. Earlier versions of Firefox 3 were said to have bugs that would repeatedly cause the software to crash, sometimes even corrupting [...]

Feature: [video] Google’s “Chrome” and Mozilla’s “Ubiquity” – Changing the Way We Web

Tuesday, September 2nd, 2008

Mozilla and Google are trying to change the way we browse the web. Google with the release of a new web browser called “Chrome”, and Mozilla Labs with mind-blowing projects like “Ubiquity.” Google’s “Chrome” browser is being released today, and the far more impressive “Ubiquity” has been available only as a prototype.

Browsers like Apple’s Safari [...]