The Firefox browser will eventually block ad-based tracking by default. To get there, Mozilla plans to roll out new features over the next several months, such as an ad-blocking component already available in Firefox Nightly.
Mozilla is said to be working on a new type of internet browser that would let you navigate it entirely by using your voice. With vocal commands at its core, the Scout browser could be the best browser for accessibility.
Mozilla and Widmer partnered to create an open-source beer, informed by a survey of beer drinkers' tastes. The result, OpenSourcery, is a drinkable American IPA typical of the style, and it's just the beginning,
The latest version of Firefox is out, and with it arrives support for the WebAuthn standard. This allows you to log into web accounts without a password. The drawback, for now, is a need for a physical security key.
Mozilla launched a new social experiment called Hubs that creates a private chat room in virtual reality. It's based on WebVR, meaning it works in any browser and on all mixed reality headsets from Google Cardboard to HTC's Vive.
Mozilla has announced an upcoming browser, Firefox Reality, that's designed specifically for mixed reality and virtual reality on stand-alone headsets utilizing WebVR and A-Frame to make cross-platform 3D experiences.
Meltdown, Spectre, and Ryzenfall have only added to the pile of security exploits that can impact on our PCs. Dave Camp, Firefox’s Vice President of Engineering, told us how Mozilla’s browser helps defend against these threats.
If you're concerned about Facebook and privacy, then you will want to check out Mozilla's Facebook Container add-on for its Firefox browser, which will limit Facebook's ability to track your browsing activity.
Mozilla, the creator of Firefox, has come up with a platform called Project Things that claims to let you control all those smart home devices from the web by utilizing a Raspberry Pi to set up the network.
When an extension was installed on their browsers without permission, many Firefox users were confused and alarmed. Although it was a promotion for Mr. Robot, the stunt caused a backlash. Mozilla has since moved it to the Firefox Add-on…
Mozilla has joined in the fun by adding WebVR support in its latest browser release, Firefox 55. Firefox users who own an Oculus Rift or HTC Vive VR headset can now use Mozilla's browser to experience VR on the web.
Today, Mozilla announced what it's calling the best Firefox ever, with an emphasis on making the browser faster while using less memory. Firefox 54 now splits its workload into multiple independent processes for improved responsiveness.
WebVR is a growing standard that lets everyone experience VR with any browser. All WebVR requires is a VR headset and a compatible browser and Mozilla announced that WebVR support will now be turned on by default in Firefox 55.