Mozilla has announced Firefox Test Pilot for Price Wise and Email Tabs — the latest experimental features designed to give users more choice and transparency when shopping online. With Firefox Price Wise, you can add products to your Price Watcher list and get a desktop notification automatically every time the price drops. Continue reading “Mozilla Firefox gets Price Wise and Email Tabs in test pilot”
Mozilla today has released Firefox v63 that is mainly aimed at “removing cross-site tracking” which the company is calling Enhanced Tracking Protection. It is also rolling things out off-by-default and starting with third-party cookies. Continue reading “Mozilla Firefox 63 brings Enhanced tracking protection to block third-party cookies, search shortcuts and more”
Mozilla today has announced the first Firefox mobile test pilot for mobile devices. The company is taking these steps toward bringing Mozilla’s mission of privacy, security, and control to mobile apps beyond the browser. The two apps it is introducing are the lockbox password manager for iOS and Note app. Continue reading “Mozilla announces first Firefox Mobile Test Pilot – Notes for Android, Lockbox password manager for iOS”
Mozilla has updated Firefox browser for Android with new features and improvements. The company has also updated its browser on the web and discontinued some of the features.
People are quite hesitant to make changes in their lives and changing your smartphone’s OS is one such change that many people prefer not to risk. Firefox has come up with a new developer preview for Android devices which will make it easier for you to decide whether to change your OS or not.
Mozilla has announced its first public preview of its Firefox mobile browser for iOS. Currently, the company is debuting the browser starting with New Zealand.
WhatsApp for Web is extending its support to two more browsers after its launch on Chrome last month. The web client is now coming to Firefox and Opera browsers.
Pushbullet has extended the Universal Copy and Paste to Chrome and Firefox. The feature as the name suggests will allow users to copy something on one device and then paste it through another, instantly.
Mozilla has announced that it is replacing its default search engine from Google to Yahoo in the U.S. The company has entered into a five year partnership with Yahoo to be the default search engine on mobile and desktop.
Mozilla is developing a streaming stick similar to Google’s Chromecast according to a report from GigaOm. The stick which will run on Firefox OS will allow users to stream videos and content.
The Geeksphone Revolution was introduced as one of the first ever devices to come with two operating systems out of the box, Android and Firefox Boot2Gecko. The Spanish handset maker, known for making other Firefox phones, will be launching it on the 20th of February for a price of 289 Euros(around 24,500 INR). Powered by the Intel Z2560 processor with PowerSGX544 for graphics, the Geeksphone revolution will be able to switch between two operating systems with ease. Sporting a 4.7 inch 960×540 screen and a 8MP camera, the phone is aimed at the mid-range segment, with the choice of OS being the obvious advantage here. Here are its complete specifications –
As we had reported previously, The Foxconn Technology Group today announced a partnership with Mozilla to collaborate and create devices based on the Firefox OS. Hon Hai Precision Industry Co. as it is officially known has announced that is working on more than five devices ranging from smartphones to televisions based on the Firefox OS.
The alliance with Mozilla comes at a time when the company is trying to grow beyond its original design manufacturing roots to a combination of software and hardware offerings. The partnership with Mozilla will let it carry out its own integration of hardware and open source software, content and services. Continue reading “Foxconn to develop Firefox devices”
Mozilla announced the Firefox OS along with phones and operator partners earlier this year at the MWC 2013. The Firefox developer devices Keon and Peak manufactured by Spanish company GeeksPhone went on sale in April. Now the company has announced a press event in partnership with Hon Hai / Foxconn in Taipei next Monday, June 3rd to unveil new devices running on Firefox OS. Continue reading “Foxconn and Mozilla partner to release Firefox OS devices on June 3rd”
Hot on the heels of Google’s breakup with webkit, Samsung has announced that it will be partnering with Mozilla to come up with the core for its next generation browser. Mozilla and Samsung have now begun collaborating on an advanced web browser engine called Servo.