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After nearly two years, Mozilla has decided to throw in the towel on its effort to build a hybrid browser that would compete with Internet Explorer 11 on touch-enabled Windows 8 devices. The stated reason? A profound lack of interest.
Can the country that took Windows Phone to its heart do the same for the Mozilla operating system?
After more than a year and a half of development, Mozilla has reached the home stretch in its plan to release a version of Firefox that's compatible with both personalities of Windows 8: the plugin-free, touch-friendly Metro side and the traditional desktop.
Mozilla has released an early test version of its long-awaited browser for Windows 8, which includes support for the desktop and Metro environments. Here's what to expect and how to test.
Mozilla has released a Firefox OS 1.0 simulator in order to give developers a chance to start building apps for the platform ahead of its release on mobile devices next year; it has also changed the way its desktop browser deals with new private browsing windows or tabs.
Mozilla is complaining of massive losses due to a Microsoft technical error. Yes, it's as silly as it sounds.
Mozilla and Google have complained that Microsoft is competing unfairly with its decision to block their desktop browsers in Windows RT. But this isn't 1998, and Microsoft can make a strong case in its own defense based on its own weak market share.
Mozilla and Google are both crying foul because Microsoft is restricting Firefox and Chrome from running natively on Windows RT--the only version of Windows 8 that will run on ARM devices.
Mozilla and Google are just now complaining about Microsoft's design decisions with Windows RT. But Microsoft's response seems a bit flimsy.
Microsoft will restrict third-party browsers like Firefox and Chrome to the Metro sandbox in Windows 8 for ARM devices, while treating Internet Explorer 10 as an "intrinsic feature" of Windows. Mozilla and its primary backer, Google, say that's not fair.
Mozilla reached another milestone in its race to deliver a Metro style browser capable of working with Windows 8. Today's announcement shows off the Metro style interface and documents support for some key Windows 8 features.
Google has confirmed that it plans to join Mozilla in developing a next-generation browser optimized for the Metro style of Windows 8. It's an important validation of the Windows 8 platform from the developers of two of the most widely used Windows apps around.
Mozilla today announced that it has begun "a very large project" to build a Metro styled version of Firefox for Windows 8. Can Firefox for Metro really be ready this summer?
It seems that Mozilla is serious about going up against Android, iOS and Windows Phone.
Mozilla doesn't want to be left out of the Windows 8 Metro fun.
Mozilla has released beta 6 of Firefox 4. This update is a stability release containing several bug fixes, including one that resulted in crashes for Windows users.
Mozilla said it hopes to release its second beta version of Firefox 4 bringing Mac users a major new user interface that the first beta enabled by default only on Windows.
If Microsoft tossed its Windows Mobile code over to CodePlex, if it at least made it open core, it might make a comeback. It might become part of a winning team.
A German hacker known simply as "Nils" exploited a previously unknown vulnerability in Mozilla Firefox to take complete control of a 64-bit Windows 7 machine.
Mozilla is stop development of its Firefox web browser for smartphones running Windows Mobile.
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