Mozilla CEO Tweeteth Internet Explorer's dominance of the browser world continues to melt away at a steady but glacial pace — with Mozilla earnestly waving a hair dryer...
on 10/28/2009 – Made popular on 10/28/2009
Hundreds of millions of users around the world freely benefit from Mozilla technologies, including Mozilla's open-source Firefox Web browser, but that doesn't mean Mozilla isn't making any money. Mozilla announced its 2012 earnings this week, reporting record revenue of $311 million. That figure is a far cry from where Mozilla started.
Mozilla has announced that Firefox 32 Beta 1 has been released, marking the start of another branch for the famous Internet browser. Mozilla doesn't waste any time when it comes to the development of the Firefox browser. The last stable release was on July 22 and now the Alpha version has been promoted to Beta, along with all the features and changes from that particular branch.
Mozilla announced Tuesday that the first beta version of Firefox 4, the latest iteration of its browser, is ready for downloading and testing. The beta has several new features, including privacy and speed enhancements.
According to Mozilla there are some 12 million Firefox 3.5 users out there surfing the interwebz, but Mozilla now needs them to upgrade to a more recent release. And Mozilla has drawn up plans on how to accomplish this mass move.
Mozilla’s automatic upgrades to Firefox 4 have excited the Firefox users. In the very first month of its availability, there have been over 100 million downloads of the browser. Uptake for Mozilla’s Firefox 4 is very high.
Mozilla's open source browser experienced a healthy boost in popularity last week on the back of a new release and security concerns about Microsoft's Internet Explorer.On Friday the Mozilla Foundation released version 3.6 of the popular open source browser and by Monday morning almost 1' million ...