Firefox 87 adds improvements to Private Browsing and Strict Enhanced Tracking Protection and various other security and functional additions.
Recent Mozilla Firefox Stories
Mozilla released Firefox 86 today, adding Total Cookie Protection, improved picture-in-picture capabilities, and a new printing experience.
Mozilla released Firefox 85 this week, adding protections against so-called supercookies. But it’s also taking a major step back from PWAs.
A reader tipped me off to an experimental Firefox feature that lets it work as seamlessly with PWAs as does Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge.
Mozilla has released the latest version of its flagship Firefox web browser, which, among other things, adds support for M1-based Macs.
Mozilla relies on Google for most if not all of its revenues, so the firm is predictably worried about the search giant’s antitrust issues.
Mozilla announced the release of Firefox 81 today, which a colorful new theme called Alpenglow that works with both dark and light modes.
Mozilla has begun rolling out a completely redesigned version of Firefox for Android that offers a new UI, features, and customizations.
Mozilla has extended its search deal with Google for five years and will receive over $400 million each year for keeping Google as the default search engine in Firefox.
Mozilla announced today that it is laying off 250 employees, the second time this year that it’s been forced to do so.
Momentum announced today that it is now offering Microsoft To Do integration in the paid version of its browser-based personal dashboard.
I’ve spent the past several months forcing myself to access my primary web apps differently, opening up new browser options.
Mozilla is revamping the address bar on Firefox with an improved look that makes searching faster and smarter.
According to a very specific chart, Microsoft Edge is now the second most-often-used web browser on desktop. I have questions.
An academic study about the privacy implications of various web browsers has incorrectly cited problems with the new Edge.
Like Opera, Mozilla is adding support for encrypted DNS over HTTPS (DoH) to its flagship web browser for improved privacy and security.
The promise of new web browsers like Microsoft Edge is that you can get the good parts of Google without the bad.
Mozilla's release of Firefox 72 this week was somewhat dampened by the fact that it includes a patch for a 0-day vulnerability in the browser.
Web browsers are, by far, the most important applications we use on desktop and mobile. But privacy matters.
Mozilla today announced the availability of Firefox 71, which brings picture-in-picture (PIP) capabilities to Windows.
Mozilla has announced a new Firefox feature that lets users track the online trackers that it blocks on your behalf.
A new web browser extension will allow you to view Thurrott.com---and most of the web---in dark mode. It works with all popular browsers
Mozilla announced the release of Firefox 69, the latest version of its flagship browser for Windows, Mac, Linux, and Android.
Chris Beard announced today that he will step down from his role as Mozilla CEO at the end of 2019, ending a five-year run.
Apple has quietly revealed that it will implement an anti-tracking policy for its WebKit browser engine that’s based on Mozilla’s.
After using the Firefox Quantum brand for two years, Mozilla will rebrand its flagship product to the more obvious name Firefox Browser.
Today, Mozilla announced the release of Firefox 68 for Windows, Mac, Linux, iOS, and enterprise.