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Mozilla is taking a giant step...backwards. The developer of open source software platforms announced that it is backing away from putting ads on Firefox's new tab pages.
This week Mozilla has apparently put the unfortunate matter of dismissing its former CEO in the rearview mirror and is moving forward with a new focus for its Firefox web browser. Today the company debuted the new Firefox 29 update...
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Mozilla released Firefox 22 on Tuesday, adding support for the WebRTC protocol that makes it possible to place and receive Skype-like video calls from the browser and share live video, files and images with others.
After a period of review, Firefox decided to go ahead with plans to block third-party cookies for its new version of the web browser. The non-profit organization, Mozilla, will work with Aleecia McDonald of the Center for Internet and Society and the Cookie Clearinghouse (CCH) to manage blocked and allowed cookies.
Mozilla has released their latest stable version of their popular web browser, Firefox. Firefox 17 includes a few new features as well as a new step into the future and further away from the past.
Mozilla has released an update for Firefox 16, fixing flaws that left the new Web browser vulnerable to attacks.
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