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Mozilla’s Chromecast Alternative ‘Matchstick’ Hits Kickstarter for $12

Mozilla is expanding beyond its Firefox browser and trying its hand in the suddenly hot streaming video business. Its take: the MatchStick HDMI streaming stick, which will sell for a limited time through Kickstarter at a starting price of $12 before it goes to retail. It’s final price of $25 sets its sights on the... Read More

Mozilla and Ford Team on Effort to Protect the Open Web

In partnership with Ford, Mozilla has just launched its Ford-Mozilla Open Web Fellows Program, which is "a Global Initiative to Recruit the Heroes of the Open Internet." In short, Mozilla is convinced that the bulk of the available tech...Show More Summary

This is Matchstick, Mozilla’s answer to Chromecast

Chromecast is great, and it’s also cheap. Mozilla thinks it can do better with Matchstick, an HDMI streaming stick powered by Firefox OS that costs a mere $12 (£7.40). It works in much the same way as other, similar, devices like Chromecast and Roku, by streaming videos and games from your mobile or laptop onto a larger screen. Show More Summary

Mozilla Fans Are Getting a Firefox OS Streaming Media Stick

After cheaper smartphones, it now appears that the next frontier for the Mozilla community is the television, thanks to an open source device called Matchstick Like Google's Chromecast, the Firefox OS-powered device, which was previewed...Show More Summary

Meet MatchStick: Mozilla's Firefox-Powered Chromecast Competitor

At $35, Chomecast is a very good deal. But Mozilla thinks it can do a little better, with its own Firefox OS-based streaming stick, the $12 MatchStick. Read more...

Mozilla: Just 5 percent of computer science kids go into nonprofits. We’re going to change that.

Public interest groups say there aren't nearly enough tech geeks working for nonprofits and in government. New research from Mozilla and its partner, the Ford Foundation, finds that barely 10 percent of computer science students wind up working in those sectors. The vast majority go to big, wealthy tech companies. While that's great for Google and […]

Matchstick and Mozilla take on Chromecast with Firefox OS dongle, launch Kickstarter to drive down $25 price

Matchstick today announced its open-source take on the Chromecast: a $25 Firefox OS-powered HDMI dongle. The streaming Internet and media stick will be available first through Kickstarter, in the hopes to drive down the price tag. Jack...Show More Summary

Firefox soon to include Tor natively?

Many Internet users think that Mozilla has to step up its game to compete against the Chrome browser and see eye to eye with that browser when it comes to usage share and other metrics. Firefox is without doubt still a formidable browser,...Show More Summary

To the Point: Interview With Sabrina Smelko

What You'll Be Creating This month I had the pleasure of interviewing Sabrina Smelko, whose work varies from illustration to graphic design to art direction to blog writing. She's worked with Mozilla, AARP, and a host of other companies. Show More Summary

Browsing proxy ZenMate now also available for Firefox

ZenMate, the popular virtual private network extension for Chrome and app for Android, is now also available as an add-on for the Mozilla Firefox web browser. VPNs are used for a variety of purposes and while browser extensions are limited...Show More Summary

Firefox 33 Is Getting An 'Undo' Button Of Sorts

First we had Chrome and Firefox with their Incognito and Private modes respectively, a feature that proved popular enough that even Microsoft put its own version into Internet Explorer, starting from version 9. It looks like MozillaShow More Summary

Maggie Gallagher: Marriage Poll Dropped Because Of Phil Robertson & Brandon Eich

4 days agoLGBT / Gay : Joe. My. God.

According to Maggie Gallagher, the recent five-point drop in marriage equality polling can be sourced to public outrage over the treatment of Duck Dynasty's Phil Robertson and former Mozilla CEO Brandon Eich. She writes at National Review: Salon may be right — this polling result may well be temporary or an outlier. Show More Summary

Teaching the Web: The lasting impact of Mozilla’s Maker Party campaign

Children scatter across the hall in all directions, as if someone had suddenly dropped a bag of marbles from a great height. The energy in the room is palpable as jubilant classmates pull on each other’s sleeves and chatter incessantly about their favorite activities. Show More Summary

Mozilla Quietly Shutters its Labs, Delivers Firefox OS Phone in Bangladesh

Mozilla is much in the news this week, partly for technology efforts that are moving forward, and partly for shuttering a long standing effort from the company. Partnered with Grameephone, an operator in Bangladesh, Mozilla rolled out...Show More Summary

Mozilla Delivers Adapter for Cross-Browser Testing in Firefox

If you work with web content very much, you're probably familiar with doing debugging and content editing directly from within a browser. You may also be familiar with debugging and testing web apps across browsers. For some time now, Mozilla has been focused on delivering tools for doing development tasks directly within Firefox. Show More Summary

Debug Chrome, Safari apps from Firefox with new add-on

Mozilla lets you use Firefox as your IDE even when you're deploying to other browsers.

Mozilla Launches Experimental Tool For Cross-Browser Debugging

2 weeks agoTechnology : TechCrunch

When you are building Web apps — and especially when you are debugging them — all the subtle differences between the different browsers start coming into play. Testing on every single browser is a hassle and there are no good tools available that help you easily automate these tests, partly because the different browsers’ developer tools can’t talk to each other.… Read More

Top 15 Firefox OS Apps: The Ultimate List For New Firefox OS Users

“There is an app for that”. Of course there is an app for that: It’s web technology after all. That is the philosophy behind Mozilla’s mobile operating system Firefox OS that, instead of native code, uses HTML5, CSS3 and JavaScript for its apps. Show More Summary

Does the Web Seem Way Slow Today? It May Be Soon If You Don't Get in the FCC's Face

No, the internet isn't actually broken today. Those spinning wheels of death you may have seen Netflix, Tumblr, Reddit, Mozilla, and hundreds of other sites are part Internet Slowdown Day, an effort to show what might happen if the internet actually did get broken by the bureaucrats at the Federal Communication Commission. Show More Summary

Internet Slowdown Day promotes net neutrality

3 weeks agoTechnology : Tech Talk

Netflix, Mozilla, Vimeo and other sites are waging an Internet slowdown protest

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