Later today, Mozilla will release an update that will bring the stable channel of the Firefox browser to version 26. As with all stable updates before, we have taken a very close look at what is new and changed in the update, so that you can prepare yourself for it. Show More Summary
Christmas is usually a busy time, but if you think you’ll have a fair chunk of unproductive days to spare and think you’re a gun at making games in HTML5, you could try to put something together for Mozilla’s game dev competition. Don’t worry, prizes are involved and some decent ones at that. More »
There have been some interesting developments surrounding Mozilla's Firefox OS platform and smartphones built on it. Alcatel had already delivered its popular OneTouch Fire phone based on the mobile operating system in countries ranging from Germany to Hungary and Poland. Show More Summary
If you are a regular here on Ghacks Technology News you probably know that it is possible to customize the Firefox user interface in many different ways. In fact, of the big five -- Firefox, Internet Explorer, Chrome, Opera and Safari...Show More Summary
It did not take long before first extensions appeared in the Mozilla Add-ons store that changed various aspects of Firefox's new interface Australis. In fact, the first extension was launched to store less than a day after Australis was integrated into the Firefox Nightly Channel. Show More Summary
Mozilla kicked off a second round of Firefox OS launches starting in October with Deutsche Telekom’s Congstar in Germany. Followed by a wave of launches in Latin America in October, Firefox OS phones have also launched in more European...Show More Summary
, Mozilla announced that smartphones running Firefox became available on several European markets. Among the new markets of Serbia, Montenegro, Hungary and Greece. Total devices with this operating system can be purchased already in thirteen countries. Show More Summary
Samsung announced earlier this month that the Tizen Association had gained 36 powerful friends in the tech industry, but its latest partner might be the most valuable addition yet. According to a report at ZDNet Korea, Samsung’s Chief...Show More Summary
Firefox OS devices are now available in Serbia, Montenegro, Hungary and Greece, bringing the tally for Mozilla’s fledgling mobile operating system up to 13 countries worldwide. Starting today, the network... Keep reading ?
If you do not like where Mozilla is headed with Firefox's interface re-design Australis, you have a couple of options at hand to resolve it. Some users may keep on using the last pre-Australis version of Firefox, while others may switch...Show More Summary
The GitHub repository Mozilla-Central and all of its forks were disabled yesterday with no explanation. We got in touch with both GitHub and Mozilla after the problem was pointed out... Keep reading ?
The Firefox Australis re-design will land on April 29th in the stable channel of the web browser if last-minute bugs do not prevent this from happening. No matter how you feel about it, it is clear that Mozilla will go forward with it. Show More Summary
While finishing up the code and remix for Cory’s Mood Room it dawned on me that this could be something put into Mozilla Thimble so other people could change the content or even use their own images to do the same colorizing effect (see the original version at http://lab.cogdogblog.com/cory/). Show More Summary
I spotted Kevin’s Thimble remix “How to Build a Boy Band” which has a play on an album concept and has a nice design. I immediately thought to myself — I bet a Dog Band would be interesting, so doing it the Mozilla Way, I remixed his Thimble: into my own, which of course, is […]
Even though the Australis interface has been launched in the Firefox Nightly channel, it is still a work in progress. It has been worked on for a long time by Mozilla, and the plan was to continue that work while Australis moved from distribution channel to distribution channel. Show More Summary
Twitter's added an extra layer of encryption in part to make it tougher for the government to spy on users. The service will now use Perfect Forward Security just like Google, Mozilla and Facebook which creates unique encryption keys for each session. Read more...
Mozilla had $304.5 million in revenue from royalties in 2012, it reported yesterday in an annual release of financials (PDF), with 90 percent of the money coming from Google. We'd broken the news in late 2011 that Google had renewed its search deal with Mozilla, committing to pay almost $300 million per year. So, yup, that was right.
The Mozilla Foundation has published its annual report for the year 2012 yesterday. The foundation managed to increase the total revenue in 2012 by almost 90% in comparison to the year before. Revenue rose to $311 million US Dollars from $163 million a year before that. Show More Summary