Category Archives: Mozilla


Facebook announcing the next step in its site governance process - "a vote on our proposed changes to both documents, including our additional clarifications to the Data Use Policy," informs the company stating that "Voting will be facilitated by an application developed on Facebook Platform by a third-party service provider. An independent auditor will examine […]

Mozilla's latest Firefox Aurora for Android alongwith Firefox Marketplace launches today to early adopters and testers. Firefox Marketplace, similar to the Google's Chrome Web Store let users browse the store to find mobile web apps and developers can showcase their web apps. These apps run in full-screen mode and can also be pinned to the […]

By now, you may have heard about Mozilla's web-based mobile operating system that the company is currenlty developing and is officially dubbed "Firefox OS" (codename'd "Boot 2 Gecko").The Firefox OS will support everything you would expect from a smartphone, (friend dialing, spouse messaging, internet browsing, web gaming, photo taking, video watching, and music bumping!) Mozilla's […]

Firefox 14 officially launched today, bring alongwith new security and developer features including "all Google searches are now encrypted by default.""We automatically make your Google searches secure (Google SSL search) in Firefox to protect your data from potentially prying eyes, like network administrators when you use public or shared WiFi networks. Google is currently the […]

Mozilla outed Firefox 13 with a number of new features, including support for Google's SPDY protocol, a new homescreen, an update "New Tab" page offering easy access to frequently visited sites with thumbnails, and also a 'Tabs on demand' which aims to speed up your browsing experience.However, the convenient speed dial look alike 'New Tab' […]

Now you can export your Google Webmaster Tools data directly to a Google Spreadsheet using the newly added download option. The new download option is available for most of the features, such as Crawl errors, Search queries, and Links to your site.If you enjoy digging into the data from Webmaster Tools but don't want to […]

Mozilla's Product Design Strategy team quietly announced a few new projects including a Webkit browser for the iPad called "Junior."Calling Safari for iPad "a miserable experience," Mozilla's Alex Limi showed a prototype of the "Junior," that takes a different approach from traditional browsers with no tabs, search and an address bars on the main screen […]