Monthly Archives: July 2007

Approaching a record on Mars

Opportunity and Spirt are still hanging in there, despite a major Martian dust storm causing the lowest power levels seen on the (solar-powered) rovers to date. Opportunity, in particular, has been having a tough time of it: More details at … Continue reading

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Zarro Boogs

Almost two months ago, the QA folks put out a call to help reduce the unwieldy number of “unconfirmed” bugs reported against Firefox. I was curious about how things are going, and was stunned to see the progress to date: … Continue reading

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Mozilla on the Nokia N800 Internet Tablet

Yesterday at GUADEC, Nokia announced and released a Mozilla-based web browser for the N800. Combined with the Flash 9 update in the most recent firmware, this makes for a very capable handheld device. Yay! Initial Impressions: Considering that this is … Continue reading

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Down in a hole, feelin’ so small

Opportunity, one of the two Mars Exploration Rovers NASA is (still!) operating, has been in the news a bit this week as it prepares to move down into the biggest crater of its mission — Victoria Crater. I ran across … Continue reading

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