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Mozilla: Fennec will kill app stores

Mozilla: Fennec will kill app stores

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Mozilla has sounded the death knell for the concept of the app store, predicting that they will die following the release of its mobile version of Firefox, Fennec. Tough talk, but the company reckons that apps create problems for developers who have to... >>

Firefox talks 3.6 and the threat from the competition

Firefox talks 3.6 and the threat from the competition

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With the full version of Firefox 3.6 due out in a matter of weeks, we thought we'd take a closer look at the most recent incarnation of Europe's favourite browser, and who better to lead us through than the director of Firefox development, Mike Beltzner.... >>

Thunderbird 3.0 gets official release

Thunderbird 3.0 gets official release

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More than 2.5 years since version 2.0 arrived, Mozilla's other big project, desktop email client Thunderbird, has finally arrived at the big 3.0. The free Outlook alternative offers a lot in its new version, including a tabbed interface, a completely... >>

Mobile Firefox gets its own logo

Mobile Firefox gets its own logo

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The Mozilla Foundation has unveiled a logo for its forthcoming Firefox-based mobile phone browser. The project, also known as Fennec, is an attempt by the non-profit to build a browser for mobile handsets that's as popular as the desktop version. Currently,... >>

Firefox keeps crashing? Here's how to fix it

Firefox keeps crashing? Here's how to fix it

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Firefox is now five, however if, like many, you've found yourself having to leave your favourite browser because of constant crashing there are plenty of ways to get your Firefox groove back and save yourself from Mozilla hell. Here are three steps... >>

VIDEO: Firefox celebrates 5th birthday

VIDEO: Firefox celebrates 5th birthday

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Mozilla's internet browser Firefox celebrates its 5th birthday today. "Five years ago today, Mozilla launched Firefox 1.0 with the belief that, as the most significant social and technological development of our time, the Internet is a public resource... >>

Mozilla announces Raindrop communcations project

Mozilla announces Raindrop communcations project

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Mozilla has announced an interesting project called Raindrop, which appears massively complicated on the surface but is actually quite a simple idea when you strip it free of buzzwords. Mozilla (like Google, with its Wave platform) says that "email isn't... >>

Firefox 3.6 reaches beta

Firefox 3.6 reaches beta

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Mozilla has issued a new beta version of its Firefox browser - version 3.6 is now available to download in RC1 edition. Originally it was due for a mid-September release, but it slipped a little for reasons unknown. The update includes version 1.9.2 of... >>

Google planning Chrome Frame for Firefox?

Google planning Chrome Frame for Firefox?

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Google could easily crank out a Chrome Frame for Firefox, in the same way that it has for Internet Explorer, according to Mozilla's VP Engineering, Mike Shaver. "The code is certainly there", he told Computerworld. "But source code doesn't speak to intent",... >>

Nokia N900 internet tablet handset announced

Nokia N900 internet tablet handset announced

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Nokia has confirmed the truth in recent internet rumours by announcing the launch of the ARM-powered Nokia N900. Running Maemo 5, an open source, Linus-based OS, the claim is that it delivers a "PC-like experience on a handset-sized device". Nokia has... >>