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Mozilla opens Firefox mobile app marketplace for public testing

Mozila is joining in on the app marketplace race. But instead of going the Amazon, Google and Apple route offering native apps, Mozilla is focusing on mobile web. Firefox for Android ...
by J. Angelo RacomaOctober 19, 20122

Mozilla releases Firefox 16 beta for Android, introduces Reader Mode & Share button

Hot on the heels of the release of the tablet-optimized Firefox 15, a new beta version of the popular Android browser has popped up on Google Play. What’s in store for Firefox 16 Beta?
by Bams SadewoSeptember 1, 2012

Firefox 15 now optimized for Android tablets, significant speed improvement promised

Ever since Mozilla Firefox found its way to Android devices, it has been one improvement after the next for the browser. Slowly but surely, Firefox is catching up with popular browsers ...
by Bams SadewoAugust 30, 2012

Firefox 14 beta for Android brings new UI, improved performance, and Flash support

Google Chrome may have taken over Mozilla Firefox’s place to become the world’s second most widely used browser, but Firefox, now on the third place, still has ...
by Bams SadewoMay 17, 20125
 
 

Microsoft playing dirty again, plans to ban Firefox on ARM-based Windows 8 PCs and tablets

Although for many it might be a model worth following, Microsoft has a longstanding tradition of not only discouraging competition, but trying to eliminate it by any means ...
by AdrianMay 10, 20129

For a day, Google Chrome was the world’s most popular PC browser

Since its first stable release back in December 11, 2008, Google Chrome was quick to gain popularity, taking just a few short years to become a major competitor in the ...
by Mike AndriciMarch 22, 20123
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