Mozilla Firefox 27 Is Coming Today With New Features
Written by Michael Larabel in Mozilla on 4 February 2014 at 09:39 AM EST. 30 Comments
Mozilla will be officially announcing the Firefox 27 web-browser update today. With Firefox 27 comes a number of new features.

Among the improvements that have found their way into Firefox 27 is support for TLS 1.2, support for multiple providers with SocialAPI, support for SPDY 3.1, and new CSS and HTML5 and JavaScript changes. There's also similar and other updates found in Firefox 27 for Android.

Those wanting to download Firefox 27.0 prior to Mozilla's official news, the updated cross-platform, open-source web-browser is available right now from their FTP servers.
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