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Fred J. Aun
Mozilla Exec Burns Apple's Pie Chart
06/19/07 2:30 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 1083 Words

... not Apple's release of a Windows version of its Safari Web browser that concerns Mozilla COO John Lilly. It's Apple founder Steve Jobs' apparent view of a Web browser market shared, for the most part, by two companies: Apple and Microsoft .

Walaika Haskins
Mozilla Minimo 0.2 Enters Crowded Mobile Browser Market
04/02/07 2:06 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 763 Words

... Mozilla fans can now download the latest version of the Minimo mobile browser to their smartphones. News of the release of Minimo 0.2 came last week as a posting on project leader Doug Turner's blog "DougT's Ramblings." The browser is available via...

Jay Lyman
Mozilla Unleashes Firefox 2.0 as IE7 Faceoff Begins
10/24/06 3:00 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 407 Words

... Mozilla Foundation this week made available its Firefox 2.0 browser, adding enhanced search and security features to its open source alternative to Microsoft's Internet Explorer . That program was updated itself last week, with Redmond's release of IE7. New Firefox features include...

Jennifer LeClaire
Mozilla Readies Firefox 2.0 Alpha 1
03/21/06 9:46 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 532 Words

... Mozilla Foundation is preparing to launch yet another version of its open-source Web browser -- ahead of Internet Explorer 7. The Mozilla development team freezed the code for Firefox 2.0a1 last Thursday, according to the minutes of a March 14 Firefox 3...

Jennifer LeClaire
Mozilla Set to Release Firefox 1.5 Tonight
11/29/05 1:45 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 522 Words

... several Release Candidates, Mozilla said it would finally release the much-anticipated version of its popular open-source Web browser this evening. Firefox 1.5 will be available for free download, with details about a major marketing campaign coming as soon as later this week.

ECT News Staff
A9.com Launches Toolbar for Mozilla Firefox
11/01/04 10:24 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 240 Words

Amazon subsidiary A9.com today released its new A9 toolbar for the Mozilla Firefox Web browser. The toolbar enables Firefox users to search the Web using A9.com bookmarks, site history, A9 lists and A9 diary features.
Users can download the A9 toolbar...

Peter Suciu
Mozilla Gripes at Microsoft for Giving Edge an Edge
07/31/15 1:24 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 823 Words

Mozilla tried to work with Microsoft to ensure that users of Firefox wouldn't face unnecessary headaches, Beard claimed, but to no avail.

It can be argued the company is making much ado about nothing, though.

"Actually, it seems fairly easy...

Walaika Haskins
Mozilla Introduces New Ubiquity Mashup Machine
08/27/08 2:13 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 622 Words

... Mozilla Labs launched a new prototype Tuesday aimed at giving Internet users new ways to create mashups of online content. Dubbed "Ubiquity," the technology is Mozilla's solution what it sees as a common and time-consuming problem Web surfers face when they try...

Chris Maxcer
Mozilla Chief: Safari Push Borders on Malware Tactics
03/24/08 11:49 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 787 Words

Last week, Mozilla CEO John Lilly slammed the Cupertino, Calif., company for violating the trust of its iTunes customers by slipping Safari into an Apple Software Update application.

The accusation isn't focusing on Apple's use of its Software Update application to deliver...

Nancy Cohen
Mozilla Sends Thunderbird on Solo Flight
09/19/07 3:12 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 412 Words

... Mozilla Foundation is spinning off its open source e-mail client, Thunderbird, into an independent company. The new company, MailCo, plans to develop Internet communications software "based on the Thunderbird product, code and brand," Mozilla said. David Ascher, CTO of ActiveState, will lead...

Jennifer LeClaire
Google, Mozilla, RealNetworks Seal Software Bundling Deal
08/03/06 11:45 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 532 Words

The new, expanded deal also includes plans to distribute Mozilla's Firefox Web browser. The plan builds on what Google and RealNetworks call a "successful" two-year relationship under which Real has distributed millions of Google Toolbars to Internet users around the world. "Real...

Jennifer LeClaire
Mozilla Issues Patches for Firefox Installation Bugs
05/12/05 10:47 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 505 Words

... Mozilla Foundation has readied security patches to thwart what security firm Secunia reported earlier this week as two "extremely critical" flaws in its Firefox browser. Secunia said the vulnerabilities could be exploited by malicious people who wish to take control of victims'...

ECT News Staff
The Downside of Ambition: Mozilla's Crash, Teen Hacker's Arrest
06/20/08 11:15 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1869 Words

... kick off the final version of its newest Web browser, Firefox 3, Mozilla created a lot of hoopla about its goal to set a new world record for the most copies of an application downloaded in a single 24-hour period. That really...

Walaika Haskins
Mozilla Boosts Stealth, Speed in New Firefox Beta
12/09/08 1:05 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 674 Words

... Mozilla released the second beta for its Firefox 3.1 Web browser to testers Monday. The latest release comes just seven weeks after the open source software maker launched the first beta of the version currently in the works. "It's not even been...

John P. Mello Jr.
Mozilla Launches Open-Source Marketing Campaign
10/20/04 8:53 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 628 Words

The Mozilla Foundation launched a fund-raising campaign yesterday to pad its coffers for a marketing campaign to be kicked off in conjunction with the release of version 1.0 of its Firefox Web browser scheduled for Nov. 9.

According to foundation spokesperson Bart...

Gene J. Koprowski
Firefox Browser Maker Opts for 'For-Profit' Status
08/03/05 1:09 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 613 Words

... idealism behind the Mozilla Foundation -- established in 2003 as a non-profit corporation to promote open-source software -- is giving way this week to financial realism: The company plans to hold a news conference later this afternoon, at 5 p.m. Pacific time...

Nancy Cohen
Firefox Fends Off QuickTime Bug Threat
09/20/07 3:30 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 456 Words

Far from grumbling, however, Mozilla supporters say their patch for the vulnerability says more about Mozilla's strengths than its browser's weakness. "It seems that QuickTime media formats can hack into Firefox," wrote security investigator Petko Petkov, a post that sent Mozilla's community developers...

Katherine Noyes
Who Loves Ya, Linux Baby?
05/21/12 5:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 901 Words

Namely: Mozilla's decision to leave Linux support out of the initial release of its upcoming Web Apps marketplace.

Mozilla has been nothing if not a friend to FOSS over the years -- indeed, it's one of our very own best successes...

Walaika Haskins
Firefox Furnishes Further Flaw Fixes
08/01/07 4:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 967 Words

... Mozilla released a new version of its Firefox Web browser Monday which includes fixes for two vulnerabilities disclosed by Secunia , an Internet security firm, earlier this month. The two flaws, which involved conflicts with Microsoft's Internet Explorer (IE), kicked off a...

Jennifer LeClaire
Firefox Contest Calls on Independent Filmmakers
11/22/05 5:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 546 Words

... Mozilla is doing something that no open-source Web browsing project has ever done before -- using independent filmmakers to spread the word about its next release. Call it open-source marketing . Mozilla is reportedly preparing to tap into the large community of...

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What do you think of today's voice recognition technology?
It's great -- the tech has improved vastly in recent years.
It's the wave of the future, but quality is still hit or miss.
I like it for texting, especially when I'm driving.
I only use it when I have to, like with IVR systems.
I avoid using it, because most voice systems are still terrible.
It's an unnecessary frill that I can easily live without.