An experiment over the weekend provided a good example of why stickiness matters so much to platform makers.
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Firefox 58 for Android will bring support for Progressive Web Apps (PWAs). Here's an early look at how this will work.
When Mozilla launched Firefox 1.0 in 2004, it took out a two-page ad in the New York Times.
After several years of using Google Chrome, I'm switching to Mozilla Firefox as my primary browser on PC and mobile.
For the first time in many years, a new version of Mozilla Firefox looks like a viable alternative to Chrome on Windows.
Mozilla today said that it will embrace Progressive Web Apps (PWAs), starting on Android.
The next major release of Firefox is such an improvement that Mozilla decided to change the name.
This week, Mozilla announced Firefox 54, which provides multi-processing capabilities for "remarkably" improved performance and memory usage.
Microsoft has explained how it delivered Edge battery life improvements as part of the Windows 10 Creators Update, further distancing the browser from its competitors.
Stuck with tiny usage share, Opera is taking a step that other web browser makers are unlikely to embrace: It is adding native ad-blocking functionality to its flagship browser.
Mozilla announced this week that its flagship Firefox web browser is now available on iPhone and iPad. What took so long? Its been on Android for years.
Firefox 42 is now available, adding tracking protection and tab audio indicators on Windows. And Firefox on Android offers some other new features too.
It looks like Microsoft isn't the only browser maker adopting the Google Chrome add-on model: Mozilla revealed this past week it will soon do so as well.
Mozilla’s Firefox 40 looks great on Windows 10, But If you are going to use Firefox on Windows 10, here are some tips for making it work even better.
Mozilla has quickly delivered it a Windows 10-friendly version of its flagship Firefox web browser, offering a streamlined new look and safer add-ons.