Bad news if you were one of the handful of people actively using the full-screen Windows 8 version of Firefox — its developers have decided to cease working on it, citing low user numbers.
Did you know that Dell charges U.K. customers a £16.25 fee (27.10 USD) to pre-install Firefox on new computers? Mozilla didn't, but they do now and they're not happy about it. Learn more here.
Finally, the Metro/Modern interface gets an alternative Web browsing option. Mozilla has announced that it has released the beta of the Firefox Windows 8 app. Read on to learn more here.
Are you a fan of Delicious, the content bookmarking service? Do you use Saavn, a music player that's most prominently used in India? If you said "yes" to either and you're a Firefox devotee, read on to learn about some interesting tidbits that might concern…
After users of certain Google Chrome extensions were bombarded with unwanted ads, Mozilla has talked a good game about the relative safety of their add-ons from hijackers. But history shows Firefox isn't immune to these attacks either.
Mozilla's Firefox OS is designed to challenge Android in key developing markets around the world, so we spent a month to see if it has what it takes. However, it managed to cure a smartphone addict of his affliction.
LG has announced its first smartphone running Mozilla's Firefox OS, and like previous examples from other manufacturers, the release is similarly restrictive. The phone has a 4-inch display, a 1GHz processor, and runs Firefox OS 1.1.
We can expect ZTE to release a new smartphone running Mozilla's Firefox OS early next year, and better still, it should have a considerably improved specification over the current ZTE Open.
Spanish network Telefonica has announced it will start selling the first commercially available phone running Firefox OS, the ZTE Open, from July 2, and it will cost just 70 euros, or about $90.
Mozilla just launched a campaign to demand more information about how the Internet is monitored.
Mozilla is giving the next-gen Firefox a major makeover codenamed Australis. Say hello to rounded tabs and add-on buttons and widgets next to the main toolbar, and goodbye to user-created toolbars.
At a private event at the Chinese Computex conference on Monday, Mozilla unveiled its first Firefox OS tablet. Foxconn recently became the 19th member of the Firefox OS development team, and is likely developing the new device for Mozilla.
Firefox OS creatorr Mozilla and manufacturing titan Foxconn have reportedly joined forces, with a Firefox OS device – rumored to be a tablet – set to be unveiled at a special event in Taiwan next week.
The Firefox browser will be supercharged with a new feature that will give you the capability to play Web-based games comparable in quality to console games without the need for plugins.