Transparency has always been one of Mozilla's big selling points with Firefox OS, but a new smartphone from KDDI in Japan is taking that idea to its literal extreme. KDDI's Fx0 is the first Firefox OS phone to hit Japan, and as you can see, its clear...
Fx0 me, that's an expensive Mozilla mobe KDDI will be the first Japanese mobile carrier to bring Firefox OS to Japan – but its first Firefox OS phone will arrive at an unusual price point for Mozilla's open-source OS: 50,000 yen, or around $415.…
Most phones running Mozilla's mobile Firefox OS to this point have been drab and cheap affairs. But take a look at the latest Firefox phone headed to Japan: Called Fx0, it's the…
Mozilla is trying to figure out where its cash is going to come from in the future. 'Tis the season for generosity. And if that's the vibe you're feeling, an old friend wants you to know that your hard-earned cash is always welcome in its coffers. Show More Summary
Mozilla added the new tracking protection feature to Firefox Nightly for Windows, Linux and Mac systems in November 2014. The feature uses block lists of domains and sites that are known to track users. When enabled, communication is blocked to those servers on the Internet to improve user privacy. Show More Summary
Email is without doubt not the best format when it comes to file transfers. While it works great for small files, mail server limitations prevent it from being useful for larger files. Companies like Google or Mozilla added features to their clients to use file hosting services to overcome the issue. Show More Summary
While Mozilla is still hard at work to integrate the multi-process architecture e10s in Firefox which is a prerequisite for sandboxing in the browser, add-on developers are already one step ahead of the organization. The new Firefox add-on Priv8 adds sandboxed tabs to the web browser using the security model of Firefox OS. Show More Summary
Firefox is not only available for desktop systems but also for mobile operating systems such as Android (and probably iOS as well in the near future). This means that Firefox users can sync their data, passwords and bookmarks for example, between devices so that they are available everywhere. Show More Summary
It remains to be seen if the browser/search engine team-up of Mozilla and Yahoo will help either company.
Daniel writes, "Looking for world class talent? Sorry...you won't be finding it here." "Got this error message this morning after a fresh start up. It's Mozilla's crash reporter, but the details are secret," writes Dan. I was looking for support for a crappy piece of kit that we use - so I searched for their forums. Show More Summary
Earlier this month, many observers were flummoxed to see that Yahoo and Mozilla have announced a "strategic five-year partnership" agreement which will make Yahoo the primary search option for Firefox. Mozilla was up for renewal negotiations...Show More Summary
Compared to Mozilla and Google, Microsoft is pitifully slow.
Mozilla has partnered with Norwegian telecommunications company Telenor to create the WebRTC Competency Center, an effort to ensure Web Real-Time Communication (WebRTC) continues to enable building “innovative communication experiences.”...Show More Summary
Mozilla Thunderbird is my desktop email client of choice. It has been my primary go-to program for all things email for years and even though it is not very high up on Mozilla's priority list anymore, it is an excellent program for that. Show More Summary
Mozilla dabbled on Apple's platform a few years back with an app dubbed "Firefox Home," but the company has largely shied away from iOS due to Apple's restrictions surrounding rendering engines. Now, Mozilla is changing course, and bringing a version of Firefox to iOS running WebKit.
Since replacing Google as Mozilla's default search engine, Yahoo has seen a surge in searches on the newest version of Firefox, according to data from December 2.
Mozilla announced Firefox Hello back in October 2014 and launched the feature in Firefox 34 Stable just a couple of days ago. It is a real-time communication module that works right from within the browser without any other dependencies. Show More Summary
Mozilla has now spent close to a decade bleeding relevance in the only part of the market that is growing: mobile.
Mozilla Firefox is looking to replace Google with Yahoo as its default search engine after Mozilla had released Firefox 34 this week. Among other changes incorporated with Firefox 34 is an improved search bar, Firefox Hello real-time communication client, easier switching of personas or themes, and Wikipedia search using HTTPS.
Mozilla has today released its Firefox 35 beta, which arrives with improved ‘Firefox Hello‘ video chat functionality. First introduced back in October and built in conjunction with mobile operator Telefonica, Firefox Hello allows users to make video calls directly from the browser without the need for additional software using the WebRTC standard. Show More Summary