After a few months with developer preview phones and then getting 18 carriers interested in the fledging mobile platform, the first Mozilla Firefox OS phones are ready to ship to consumers.
Mozilla has put Firefox 23 now in their beta channel for those wanting to test this next feature update to the open-source web-browser.
New builds of Mozilla Firefox for Linux now support H.264 video content in conjunction with GStreamer.
Mozilla developers have now uploaded Firefox 22 to the web.
Intel has managed to dramatically speed-up Network Security Services (NSS) for the new Haswell (and forthcoming Broadwell) processors that boast AVX2 instruction set support.
Rust, the general purpose programming language developed by Mozilla for being a safe, concurrent, and practical language, can even be used to write a system kernel.
Just days after the Mozilla Firefox 21 release, the first beta of the next Firefox 22 release is now available.
A research project between Mozilla and Samsung engineers has led to the development of Servo, a new web-browser engine designed around modern hardware and today's web-browsing needs.
Mozilla has announced Firefox 20 with several prominent new features to the open-source web-browser.
Ahead of Mobile World Congress getting underway tomorrow in Barcelona, Mozilla has announced that they've got 18 mobile carriers so far backing their Firefox OS project.
Just after releasing Firefox 19, Mozilla developers have enabled WebRTC support by default within this leading open-source web-browser.
Mozilla is releasing today version 19 of the Firefox web-browser. Firefox 19.0 is another exciting release on the feature front.
Mozilla has announced that Firefox OS, their mobile operating system built around the web with HTML5 applications, have announced developer phones. These developer phones are hardware intended to be used when developing for Mozilla's mobile web operating system.
For those not busy playing around with the Snowshoe web-browser, the beta of Mozilla Firefox 19.0 has been released and is ready for testing.
The World Wide Web Consortium announced today that the definition is now complete for HTML5 and Canvas 2D specifications. While feature-complete, HTML5 and Canvas 2D aren't yet approved W3C standards. The W3C also announced today the first drafts of HTML 5.1 and Canvas 2D Level 2.
Mozilla Firefox 17.0 was released today and it provides the first stable implementation of their Social API along with the Facebook Messenger.
Mozilla announced Shumway this week, a new research project that seeks to create an open SWF (Adobe Flash) run-time environment to make Flash more open and for exposing SWF capabilities to platforms where the Adobe file-format wasn't backed by an official Flash Player.
Firefox 16 was released today as the latest open-source web-browser update out of Mozilla.
The Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) has approved of Opus as a new audio codec standard via RFC 6716.
Mozilla had officially released Firefox 15.0 this morning with many new features.
Mozilla will be announcing Monday that they will be basically stripping away their resources towards the advancement of the Thunderbird e-mail client.
Mozilla Firefox 13 was released today.
Mozilla Firefox 9.0 is now ready for release.
For those that missed it, besides today marking the release of Fedora 16, Mozilla Firefox 8.0 has been officially released.
For those not already aware, Mozilla has released the Firefox 7 web browser today.
Mozilla has announced WebAPI this morning, as a means of a consistent API for mobile web browsers to access phone functionality such as the web-camera, file-system, and telephony stack. Mozilla intends to propose WebAPI becoming a W3C standard and for it to be adopted across all major web-browsers.
Not only is Firefox 6.0 complete, but Mozilla's new public license may also be ready. Mozilla has made available its release candidate of the Mozilla Public License 2.0.
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