The new Firefox 18 Beta comes with Retina Support and a roster of other changes. Extending support for the new Retina Displays in Macs was of course expected and is almost mandatory now if you want to corner Mac users. The new Beta is available for download and testing on Mac, Windows, and Linux.
Another significant change is the adoption of W3C touch events.
Mozilla has been testing Firefox for Android on ARMv6 devices. We have had builds available for some time now, but we know that Firefox does not run optimally on all devices. Initially, we are limiting Firefox for Android to devices with 800MHz CPUs and 512MB of RAM.
Firefox fans have reason to celebrate, the first beta of the upcoming Firefox 4 is here and there’s plenty to like. Firefox 4 Beta 1 is just the first step, of many, towards the final release, but things are shaping up already. The biggest changes will be to the UI, though Linux users won’t notice too many differences in the first beta....
Mozilla’s “Firefox Accounts,” introduced earlier this year, was created to help sync all data used between the Firefox browsers on your computers, smartphones, tablets, etc. This information includes passwords, browsing history, bookmarks, settings, open tabs, etc.
Now, support for Firefox Accounts has come to its Android beta app.
The new Beta 2 version of Mozilla Firefox 4.0 is currently available on the net. I was downloaded the Firefox 4.0 Beta 2 for Linux and currently I am testing it on my Ubuntu Karmic Koala. This Firefox 4.0 Beta 2 gets code name Minefield.