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Mozilla Walks Developers Through Firefox OS

Mozilla is about to enter the smartphone market in a big way. The non-profit will be offering Firefox OS on handsets in smaller markets, like South America. In fact, the team behind Firefox OS went to Brazil in August to show off the new mobile OS. For everybody who wasn’t at the event, Mozilla has now uploaded the entirety of …

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Mozilla Mozaic Might Be The Future Of Bookmarks

The bookmark hasn’t changed in a long time. Regardless of browser, the bookmark is a link in a long line of other links that the user has saved for easy access. Chris Lee, an interaction designer and developer working with the Firefox UX team, wants to bring the bookmark into the future. After finding inspiration in Pinterest and iTunes, Lee …

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Firefox Marketplace Is Now Open With Latest Aurora Release

Did you know that Mozilla has an app store? It’s called the Firefox Marketplace, and it’s an area where developers can sell HTML5 apps. It’s going to be a central part of the Firefox OS coming to smartphones early next year. Developers wanting to get a head start can now start gathering important feedback from early testers. Mozilla announced today …

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Mozilla And Facebook Testing Social API In Firefox Beta

Mozilla has had a hand in developing many of the Web APIs that Chrome, Firefox and others have been implementing over the last year. The non-profit company is now developing its latest Web API that has the potential to make a big splash on the Web. Mozilla announced today that they’re working with Facebook to bring their new Social API …

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Firefox 16 Pulled After Security Vulnerability Was Found

Have you downloaded Firefox 16 yet? The newest version of the browser added quite a few pro-developer features including a really nice developer toolbar. It seems that a rather nasty vulnerability made its way into the update as well. According to the Mozilla Security Blog, Firefox 16 features a security vulnerability that allows “a malicious site to potentially determine which …

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Mozilla Launches Developer Toolbar In Firefox 16

Mozilla has launched a new feature with Firefox 16 called the Developer Toolbar, which comes with what Mozilla calls the Developer Command Line. This is designed to provide easy keyboard control over Firefox developer tools, and it completes commands and parameters for you. “In addition, Firefox unprefixes a number of stable features including: CSS3 Animations, Transitions, Transforms, Image Values, IndexedDB …

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Mozilla Invites Developers To Build Apps From The Future

Mozilla joined forces with the National Science Foundation in June for Ignite. The project asked for app ideas from the general public that would help humanity in a positive way. These apps were to be envisioned with the “faster, smarter Internet of the future” in mind. The winning ideas have now been announced, and Mozilla now wants to make the …

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Firefox 15 Brings Speed Improvements To Desktop And Mobile

Firefox 15 may be the most important release of Mozilla’s browser to date. For what seems like forever now, Firefox has had issues with memory. Certain add-ons, when installed, would eat up massive chunks of memory and slow Firefox down to a crawl. There was no solution unless each app was fixed separately. The latest Firefox release includes a new …

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Firefox Update Brings Big Improvements To HTML5 Games

Mozilla, like Google, has been investing heavily in HTML5 development. One of the best ways to show off the latest improvements in HTML5 and WebGL development is through the creation of games. With the latest release of Firefox, the browser is finally ready to tackle the holy grail of game development – the first person-shooter. Mozilla internally developed a game …

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Firefox Users Have Downloaded 3 Billion Add-Ons Since 2004

One of the major things that people like to complain about in Firefox is that their add-ons don’t work. An ex-Mozilla staffer confirmed the hate when he revealed that most users complain about their add-ons being incompatible after each new update. Add-ons are also the source of massive memory leaks in Firefox. Despite all the headaches that add-ons give us, …

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Electronic Locks Aren’t Very Effective Against A Hacker

I can appreciate that hotels now exclusively use key cards to open doors. They can be deactivated if lost and can’t be picked like a traditional lock. Safety is the name of the game here and hotels are the safest place you can be – or so we thought. Cody Brocious, a software developer at Mozilla, showed off his latest …

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