Browser News

Firefox for Maemo RC3 Available Now

January 28th, 2010

Editor’s note: Today, Mozilla released the third Firefox for Maemo Release Candidate. Check out Director of Mobile, Stuart Parmenter’s blog post reposted below. We’re excited to bring you the third release candidate of Firefox for Maemo. Since RC2, we fixed several usability bugs that were found, as well as addressed a number of performance issues….

The Mozilla Store Needs Your Help!

January 28th, 2010

We want to make sure that Firefox t-shirts (and other Mozilla swag) are always readily available to community members around the world who want them. So, as we think about the future of the Mozilla Store it’s really important that we get ideas and input from as many people as possible. If you have a…

Tip: Managing tabs

January 27th, 2010

When you’re using the same browser window to check your email and calendar, write a report, do some research, and watch a few YouTube videos, the tabs trip can become pretty crowded. With Google Chrome, we tried to make it easy to keep your tabs organized. You can use the mouse to grab a tab…

Over 1,500 new features for Google Chrome

January 25th, 2010

We’re excited to usher in the new year with a bundle of browser goodness for the stable version of Google Chrome. With today’s new stable release, all Google Chrome users on PCs can access over 1,500 new features, through our new extension system. Extensions are little programs, created by developers, which add useful functionality to…

IE Cumulative Security Update Now Available

January 21st, 2010

Today we released a Cumulative Security Update for Internet Explorer.  We’ve released this Cumulative Security Update earlier than originally scheduled based on malicious activities reported on the web. The update is available via Windows Update and Microsoft Update. Most users configure their machines to update automatically; you can find more information on that here. This…

Mozilla Delivers Firefox 3.6 to Millions of Users

January 21st, 2010

Mozilla, a public-benefit organization dedicated to promoting choice and innovation on the Web, today released Firefox® 3.6, an update to its popular, free and open source Web browser. The latest version of Firefox introduces cutting-edge features, support for a wide variety of Web standards, and access to more than 6,000 free add-ons that allow users…

Firefox 3.6 Coming Soon!

January 20th, 2010

We’re excited to share that Firefox 3.6 is scheduled to arrive tomorrow morning Pacific time! You can click below to watch the What’s New in Firefox 3.6 video starring Director of Firefox, Mike Beltzner: No video playback capabilities detected. See the video on YouTube. You can also help us build excitement by Tweeting/Facebooking/Sharing this message:…

Firefox 3.6 Release Candidate Updated

January 18th, 2010

Editor’s note: On Sunday PT, Mozilla released an update to the release candidate for 3.6. Check out the Mozilla Developer News announcement reposted below. An update to the Firefox 3.6 Release Candidate is now available. This second release candidate is available for free download and has been issued as an automatic update to all Firefox…

Preparing for takeoff

January 17th, 2010

Now that the New Year has really started and the Opera employees are flooding back to the office (not to escape their families I might add, but rather because Opera is so much fun!), the hard work begins on making Evenes more functional, and … umm … less buggy! 😉 …

Add-on Guidelines in Action – Crawler Toolbar

January 14th, 2010

A new version of the Crawler Toolbar has recently been released and comes with many improvements to the user experience similar to the changes we described in a previous post about the AVG Security Toolbar. It’s another great example of the Guidelines for add-on developers in action. Here are some high-level examples of the changes…