02/28/2012, Right now, the two major mobile operating systems are jostling with one another to be top dog – iOS and Android, where the latter experiences 850,000 activations daily, and there is always Windows Phone lurking in the background. Having said that, do you think that there is enough room in the mobile operating system environment to handle another ‘member’ to the club? Mozilla and Telefonica think so, with Boot2Gecko, Mozilla’s […]
02/24/2012, Mozilla may be known for putting out products like Firefox, but it looks like they might be interested in taking the smartphone market on with an operating system of their own dubbed Boot2Gecko, and according to rumors, it seems that Mozilla and LG might have teamed up for a Boot2Gecko phone of its own that will be going on display at MWC next week.
02/13/2012, Mozilla has recently announced its plans to create a new version of its Firefox browser – one that’s been totally revamped to work with the Metro interface of the upcoming Windows 8. The company launched its Firefox for Metro project this week and plans to unveil a concept version of it next quarter, and push out alpha and beta versions in the second half of 2012. Not much was revealed […]
02/03/2012, If there’s one main advantage native apps have over web apps – it’s the ability to receive push notifications for getting new messages or updates on mobile devices. Well it looks like all that might change in the future. It has been reported that Mozilla is working on a push notification system for the Firefox web browser, which will allow users to receive notifications from websites without having to keep […]
01/31/2012, Like Firefox 9 that was unofficially released earlier than scheduled, it looks like Firefox 10 will be following the same pattern as well. The latest version of Mozilla’s web browser is now available for download thanks to some folks who managed to dig up the download links. So for those of you looking forward to upgrade from Firefox 9 to 10, just hit the download links below. Improvements in Firefox […]
01/30/2012, Browser wars – either you hate it, love it, or are indifferent. For those who feel that Firefox is the next best thing on earth since sliced bread, along comes Mozilla with their latest announcement concerning Firefox 12 – where it will come with the long-awaited New Tab Page and Home Tab. Early impressions say that the new tab page is not too far off Chrome’s feature that bears a […]
12/23/2011, It was just the other day that Firefox 9 was released a day ahead of its intended release for Windows, Mac and Linux, but the good news for those running Linux systems is that it appears that the Firefox 10.0 beta is now available for all Linux platforms. It will also support both 32-bit and 64-bit architectures.
12/22/2011, Here is a little bit of trivia – did you know that Google and Mozilla do talk to one another, so much so that they have come to an agreement where the former pays the latter $300 million annually? All that moolah did not exchange hands for nothing, don’t get me wrong, but it is there so that Google will be the default choice in Mozilla’s Firefox browser as part […]
12/21/2011, So Mozilla’s Firefox 9 was unofficially released a day earlier, and for fans of Firefox and just can’t get enough of it on their computers, the good news is that Firefox 9 has also been released for Android for both smartphones and tablets.
12/20/2011, Fans of Mozilla’s popular FireFox browser will be pleased to know that the have decided to unofficially release FireFox 9 a day before its official release. The latest beta build of the browser was made available on the 11th of November 2011, so for those who have been patiently awaiting its release will be able to get their hands on it today.
12/05/2011, It looks like Mozilla is about to take web gaming to a whole new level. The company has recently announced the introduction of the Gamepad API (application programming interface) which will let game developers enable gamepad access from within Firefox. At the moment, gamepads have only been available to consoles and desktop computer games, but with the Gamepad API, developers can now create web games that support the use of […]
11/23/2011, According to reports online, Mozilla’s revamped version of Firefox for Android was released as a nightly build yesterday night. The revamped Firefox for Android is supposed to be created with native code, making it startup faster as opposed to the current versions that run on XML User Interface Language, will use less memory, and will have a more responsive UI. But one of the key features of Firefox – its […]
11/08/2011, At long last, the Firefox 8 browser is no longer in beta mode – but rather, it is a full fledged, grown up piece of software that intends to bring your web browsing experience to totally new heights. An update to Firefox for Windows, Mac, Linux and Firefox for Android platforms will include the rudimentary fair share of features, where among the goodies that come with this update would be […]
11/07/2011, Back in July Mozilla announced its intention to enter the mobile operating system wars with its own offering called Boot to Gecko (B2G). Since then we haven’t really kept up with the project, but according the latest reports online, it looks like B2G is progressing well because the team is already putting the operating system through its testing phase. A working demo of the smartphone operating system is also said […]