Mozilla has introduced a new campaign aimed to promote Firefox 4. The campaign streams cuteness from the Knoxville Zoo in the form of two female baby red pandas which are also called firefox (as pictured in this article) and by downloading Firefox 4 Beta you help earn “treats” for the red pandas including jungle gyms,… Continue reading Download Firefox to Treat Red Pandas
Web Browsers Benchmarked
Mozilla Plugin Check – are your plugins up-to-date?
Mozilla Firefox plug-ins extend the Firefox browser to power videos, animation, read PDFs and play games. While these plug-ins empower Firefox to do more, plug-ins are typically targeted and exploited by hackers to gain access to your system (usually to install bots). Users must keep plug-ins up-to-date, but unfortunately most people do not perform upgrades.… Continue reading Mozilla Plugin Check – are your plugins up-to-date?
Review: Mozilla Weave keeps your Firefox installations in sync
Mozilla Labs has just released Weave 1.0 and (so far) it rocks for sync’ing up my Firefox installs on different computers. Weave is actually a lot more than just a synchronization tool, but that’s the first service to come out of the project. So what’s the point of it? Let me paint you a picture:… Continue reading Review: Mozilla Weave keeps your Firefox installations in sync
Latest version of Firefox, 3.6, is faster, has new theme feature, Personas
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The Read it Later Firefox extension
Sometimes I just want to turn Gizmos for Geeks into a cool productivity tools blog. Fear not readers, we won’t be doing that, but there really are so many cool software & Web tools being introduced or improved all the time. Take for example, the Read it Later Firefox extension which helps out you news… Continue reading The Read it Later Firefox extension
Firefox 3.1 Beta is out
New features include even better Web standards improvements, location awareness, a new tab-switching preview that some folks are raving about. Read more about it and/or download it now.
Google enters Web browser market with Chrome
Google sure knows how to light up the news sites and blogosphere – release a brand new Web browser! Called Chrome, it’s Google’s foray into a once-crowded market that is now dominated by just 2 players (at least on Windows) – Microsoft and Mozilla. Everyone else has reported on and given their opinion, so why… Continue reading Google enters Web browser market with Chrome