|Forum: Firefox Browser Usage and Support|
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|81:|| Mozilla Firefox Developer Edition Released|
Mozilla has launched its Firefox Developer Edition which provides developers with quicker access to tools and experimental features.
|Nov 10, 2014|
|82:|| Mozilla Firefox Now Blocking Flash By Default|
Mozilla says that Adobe's Flash 220.127.116.11 (click-to-play) player is now blocked by default to help protect users.
|July 14, 2015|
|83:|| Mozilla Firefox To Provide Extended Support Release|
Online life is evolving faster than ever and it's imperative that Mozilla delivers improvements to the Web and to Firefox more quickly to reflect this. Providing updates to Firefox more frequently allows us to secure users against emerging threats and provide the platform for innovation that today's rich and compelling Web experiences demand. However, this created challenges for organizations that have to deliver lots of mission-critical applications through Firefox, so we worked closely with the Mozilla Enterprise User Working Group to develop the Mozilla Firefox ESR plan.
|Jan 11, 2012|
|84:|| Mozilla Foundation Posts $75 Million Revenue in 2007, Attracts IRS Scrutiny|
"The Mozilla Foundation pulled in $75 million in revenue in 2007, the "vast majority" of it from a search partnership with Google,..."
|Nov 21, 2008|
|85:|| Mozilla Helps Unify Microsoft, Google, W3C, Samsung to Create Cross-Browser Documentation on MDN|
Mozilla, Microsoft, Google, W3C, and Samsung have agreed to collaborate to create cross browser compatibility on MDN.
|Oct 19, 2017|
|86:|| Mozilla Marketplace Gearing Up For App Submissions|
...we are incredibly proud to announce that the Mozilla Marketplace will open for developer submissions next week during Mobile World Congress.[br][br]If you are an app developer interested in distributing and monetizing your app across device and platform silos, you should submit your app to the Mozilla Marketplace.
|Feb 24, 2012|
|87:|| Mozilla Releases Lightbeam, a Tracking Visualization Add-On|
Originally called Collusion, Lightbeam is a Firefox add-on that uses interactive visualizations to show you the first and third party sites you interact with on the Web.
|Oct 29, 2013|
|88:|| Mozilla Rethinking Its Reliance on Google|
"Mozilla Chair Mitchell Baker says the Chrome browser is making the foundation behind Firefox rethink its reliance on revenues from Google."
|Mar 12, 2009|
|89:|| Mozilla Sets Up Corporate Presence in China|
"It's not our goal to make sure that everyone in the world is using Firefox. My main goal is that people know there's a choice -- that going on the Internet is not just clicking the blue 'E'," - from Reuters
|Feb 2, 2007|
|90:|| Mozilla Signs New Firefox Search Deal With Google|
"Mozilla has been a valuable partner to Google over the years and we look forward to continuing this great partnership in the years to come," said Alan Eustace, Senior Vice President of Search, Google.
|Dec 21, 2011|
|91:|| Mozilla To Launch New Browser For Developers Next Week|
"We've redesigned the browser by looking at it through a completely new filter to put developers' interests first."
|Nov 4, 2014|
|92:|| Mozilla To Stop Advertising in Firefox Through "Tiles" Experiment|
Mozilla has said it'll cease the advertising through the Firefox "Tiles" and will focus on content discovery.
|Dec 7, 2015|
|93:|| Mozilla Wants All Firefox Users To Update To FF 3.6|
"...users running older versions of Firefox will be offered the choice of upgrading to Firefox 3.6"
|Mar 12, 2010|
|94:|| Mozilla is to Ditch All Plugins from Firefox - except Flash|
NPAPI plugins get death date of Christmas 2016
|Oct 9, 2015|
|95:|| Mozilla plans to sell ads in Firefox browser|
Mozilla will start selling ads as it tries to grab a larger slice of the fast-expanding online advertising market.
|Feb 13, 2014|
|96:|| Mozilla to add One-Click Searches To Firefox|
Likely to feature in FF 34
|Nov 28, 2014|
|97:|| New "Brave" Browser Blocks Online Ads and Tracking|
Brave is the name of a new web browser which blocks ads and ad tracking, but serves users with anonymous ads.
|Jan 25, 2016|
|98:|| New Firefox 1.0.3 Vulnerabilities|
An iframe problem plus a hole in automatic update create a big Firefox 1.0.3 vulnerability. Mozilla Org has scrambled up a temporary fix for the worst case scenarios.
|May 9, 2005|
|99:|| NoScript vs Adblock - a war we didn't know about|
"A protracted war between authors of two of the most popular add-ons for the Firefox browser has prompted calls for changes in the way extensions are written." - The Register
|May 5, 2009|
|100:|| Oath and Mozilla Sue and Countersue Over Yahoo Search Deal|
Mozilla removed Yahoo as default search provider, resulting in a lawsuit by Oath.
|Dec 6, 2017|
|101:|| Report: Firefox Browser Market Share Show Steep Declines|
Reports indicate Firefox market share is in steep decline, with Chrome being the big winner.
|July 8, 2014|
|102:|| Ten Years of Mozilla Firefox, and Firefox Anniversary Release|
Mozilla reflects on 10-years of Firefox, and looks forward with and "Firefox anniversary" release, which is says, adds more user control with a "Forget" feature, and adds DuckDuckGo to the pre-installed search function.
|Nov 10, 2014|
|103:|| The end of the road for Firefox 2|
"Mozilla is now planning to end Firefox 2 support in the near future, perhaps before the end of the year. This change could leave a lot of users - and not just Firefox users - in a difficult position." - LWN.net
|Nov 17, 2008|
|104:|| User Browser Speed Experiments|
WebmasterWorld Members conduct browser speed experiments, and try ways to make the them faster.
|Aug 10, 2012|
|105:|| What Firefox Extensions do you use?|
"What are your favorite firefox plugins?"
|May 19, 2006|
|106:|| Why Is Firefox Stilll Way Behind IE?|
"When I was checking analytics I noticed that FF was still only 15 % compared to IE at 80 %. I expected FF to be a lot more popular by now."
|Sept 8, 2007|
|107:|| Yahoo Now Firefox Default Search Engine for U.S.|
Although Yahoo is to become the default for U.S. users, Google, Bing, DuckDuckGo, eBay, Amazon, Twitter and Wikipedia will remain built-in as options.
|Nov 20, 2014|