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  1. Nope, simply using Bing as the back-end to their...

    Nope, simply using Bing as the back-end to their web search for a limited amount of time.


    As somebody else mentioned, Yahoo is pretty well paid right now and the new CEO certainly knows how to...
  2. That's just sexy... I'm buying this. I don't...

    That's just sexy...

    I'm buying this. I don't care if it's a bad buy, I feel the urge to support the "new" Android Nokia :D
    (this is coming from somebody who loves his Nokia 925 Windows Phone)
  3. Well, see, the way a specification works is that...

    Well, see, the way a specification works is that all projects (browsers, in this case) claiming to adhere to it must actually adhere to it. In this sense, if they had just said "WebRTC requires VP8"...
  4. Okay, this makes no sense to me... The only...

    Okay, this makes no sense to me...

    The only two reasons they should have wanted to use h.264 over VP8 is that
    1) it's a slightly better codec (c'mon guys, admit it. I don't like that fact either)...
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    He meant "pay to keep Firefox users searching...

    He meant "pay to keep Firefox users searching with Google" because Mozilla really wants to use DuckDuckGo as the default search engine, but are contracted with Google to use their search. The...
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    Gonna take this from the top here: - The...

    Gonna take this from the top here:
    - The search-in-url-bar feature is basically standard in browsers now. If you knew how it actually worked in Firefox, you'd know that it doesn't actually send...
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    You mean that thing they've been able to do since...

    You mean that thing they've been able to do since like, forever?
    browser.newtabpage.directory.source <-- that option in about:config?

    ..... The option that they could just make an empty string...
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    Wow, some Linux people have EXTREMELY loose...

    Wow, some Linux people have EXTREMELY loose definitions of "advertisements"...

    http://i.imgur.com/byR9jZF.png

    Look at that horrible, disgusting "advertisement". Look at how they're throwing it...
  9. I mean, to be fair, Mesa development is kinda......

    I mean, to be fair, Mesa development is kinda... meh. I don't know what exactly it is that makes it all take so long, but let's not forget that somebody (or a small group of people, I wasn't paying...
  10. PLAYLIST: Yeah, but it's probably a bit more...

    PLAYLIST:
    Yeah, but it's probably a bit more complicated than VLC.
    You can create a temporary playlist by selecting more than one source of media before hitting "Enter" (or right-click "Open",...
  11. Have you tried going in and disabling the Cisco...

    Have you tried going in and disabling the Cisco h.264 decoding plugin from the "about:addons" interface? (set it to "never activate"). This forces Firefox to use the gstreamer codecs on your...
  12. - Shumway is a research project, not an official...

    - Shumway is a research project, not an official "hey, we're going to solve this problem!" type of thing. They can half-ass it all they want.
    - Video Acceleration on any browser is going to be...
  13. To Michael, "A portion of my readers don't like...

    To Michael, "A portion of my readers don't like it for various reasons" == "controversial". Also there's the whole "created by the same guy that created systemd" thing, but he's not really THAT...
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    I feel like people didn't read the Mozilla...

    I feel like people didn't read the Mozilla article...
    It's not just a re-skinned Firefox Aurora (alpha), it's much more than that. Have you SEEN the new WebIDE? You can debug a ton of browsers that...
  15. Yeah, but pretty much only to port it to ARM....

    Yeah, but pretty much only to port it to ARM. Most of the heavy work is done by Mozilla or 3rd party developers.



    It seems to fit into the current method of Intel/ARM energy savings: Get...
  16. "Implements WebKit's API" as in WebKit's...

    "Implements WebKit's API" as in WebKit's embedding API, not internal one, and that's not planned for another year or so thus it really doesn't matter. You can find that in their GitHub Wiki.
    Second,...
  17. Just to point out a few things: 1. Gecko is...

    Just to point out a few things:
    1. Gecko is written in C++, not C
    2. The fact that they are written in two different languages doesn't really matter when it comes to transferring ideas across...
  18. I'm not so sure. I feel like upgrading from...

    I'm not so sure. I feel like upgrading from Win2000/XP compatibility to newer versions is going to be MUCH easier than starting from scratch. Once they have the 2000/XP compatablity down, surely a...
  19. I feel like people are ignoring your post on...

    I feel like people are ignoring your post on purpose, just so that they can justify their butthurt posts :P


    SIGH, Upstart wasn't in any way a form of NIH. It was actually a good idea at the time...
  20. I asked this on the last thread... How does...

    I asked this on the last thread...

    How does Windows 7/8 do this? Obviously they do something right? It allows for some pretty complex/advanced stuff (Firefox/Chrome?) but also makes most...
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