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FSF unimpressed with Mozilla's excuses.
Leaves the CEO's office and the board.
Full support for LGBT Mozillians.
Political donation leads to dev boycott.
Release canned, source lives on.
£16.25 fee may breach Mozilla's licence.
"Trust, but verify."
WebKit losing its allure while Firefox gets Servo.
Zero-days found in all major browsers bar Safari.
All nightly and weekly builds ceased.
Ubisoft has admitted that its Uplay software includes a serious security vulnerability.
Mozilla has confirmed plans to hand Thunderbird over the community in order to focus on Firefox.
Australian electronics retailer Kogan has added a 6.8% tax to its site for buyers using Internet Explorer 7.
Mozilla Marketplace, a site for Firefox-compatible web apps, has opened for testing.
Microsoft has found itself under attack by Mozilla over plans to prevent third-party software on Windows RT.
Google's Chrome browser is now the second most popular browser in the UK behind Internet Explorer
Google has announced that its Chrome browser now has 160 million users worldwide.
Popular password manager LastPass acts on possible security breach.
Slow speed warnings to be issued for slow add-ons, and top apps to be benchmarked.
The next big overhaul of Mozilla's popular Firefox, launches on 22nd March.
The final beta of Firefox 4 promises over 7,000 bug fixes since the last beta release.
Claims IE9's test results are misleading, as the tests were made by Microsoft.
Popular browser synchronisation service Xmarks has partnered with LastPass to stay alive.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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