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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...
On Monday Mozilla appointed board member Chris Beard as interim CEO just a month after the last newly appointed CEO stepped down.
LatestVersionPlugin.com has recently launched reviews on a number of current Firefox Add-ons, covering the top 5 downloaded Firefox add-ons of 2013. Milwaukee,
- Integration of Spreadtrum's entry-level smartphone chipsets with turnkey reference designs for Firefox OS aims to bring Open Web Devices to an underserved audience of entry-level smartphone buyers
New reference phone and tablet program, PhoneGap integration and WebAPIs make it even easier for developers to create and port apps BARCELONA, Spain, Feb.
Momentum continues with an expanding ecosystem of partners, new market rollouts and portfolio options to customize and scale BARCELONA, Spain, Feb.
New devices, features, content and customization prove the flexibility and capability of the Web as the platform for mobile development BARCELONA, Spain, Feb.
The only independent smartphone OS to launch in multiple countries will demonstrate the next generation of its HTML5-based platform. SAN FRANCISCO, Feb.
Mozilla announced on Tuesday that it will begin selling ads within its Firefox browser. These ads will appear within the tiles of Firefox’s new tabs page, and Mozilla is calling this initiative “Directory Tiles.”
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