Finding bugs in Firefox is now much more profitable

Bug catchers can get anywhere from $500 to $10,000 for catching glitches and exploits in Mozilla's software.

Optional Tracking Protection feature in Firefox also speeds up web browsing

With all the recent reports of just how far certain companies go to track users web browsing habits, it makes sense that you might want to opt out of tracking whenever you can. And it seems that there is another benefit to this, at least…

Mozilla shifts gears: $25 phones out, Android apps in

An internal email seen by CNET sets out Mozilla's plan for increasing the adoption of Firefox OS in the future. If budget smartphones don't work, then perhaps support for Android apps will.

Firefox will scan your browsing history to suggest advertiser sites

Possibly a feature that you will want to flip off if privacy is important to you, Mozilla is working with advertisers to suggest sponsored sites that are related to your Web browsing history.

Performing better at work? You’re probably using Chrome or Firefox

According to a new study, employees who use non-default browsers stay longer and perform better at work. Apparently, those who choose third-party browsers are researchers who are better informed.

Firefox OS continues chugging along, announces a host of new devices

Mozilla has a lot of news to announce about Firefox OS during Mobile World Congress: New deals with operators and manufacturers, and a new handset from Alcatel Onetouch to show off.

Why securing your browser is the best defense

Decrypt This dives into what makes a web browser safe, and the options, features, and applications you can use to be sure your browsing experience remains secure.

Google pushes Firefox users to dump Yahoo search

Firefox recently installed Yahoo as its default search engine, ending a 10-year deal with Google. With data showing Yahoo increasing its share of the U.S. search market, Google has started posting messages urging Firefox users to change…
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Sunday dinner lives! Skype adds free group video chat to 2014 Samsung smart TVs

A recent update to Skype's Samsung Smart TV app allows for free group video chatting for up to three people at a time on 2014 models.

Say hello to Firefox 35 and Firefox Hello, Mozilla’s in-browser Skype competitor

Mozilla has been prepping a Skype challenger for a while now, and version 35 of its Firefox browser introduces the fully working Firefox Hello, a video chat solution that works with only the click of a link.

Yahoo search share edges up following Firefox deal, but Google still way ahead

Since becoming Firefox's default search engine last month, Yahoo has achieved its highest share of the U.S. search market sonce 2009. It's excellent news for Marissa Mayer's firm, though it still has much to do if it wants to catch Google.

Mozilla means business with the mid-range KDDI Fx0 Firefox phone

Mozilla and Japanese carrier KDDI teamed up to make the first mid-range Firefox OS smartphone. The Fx0 has mid-range specs, a HD screen, a Qualcomm processor, and supports 4G LTE. It even has an intriguing design.