Posts from 2012

2011 State of Mozilla report

Today, Mozilla published this year’s annual State of Mozilla report. You can find full details on the annual report website. Included below is an excerpt from Mitchell Baker’s blog: “The Web has become fundamental infrastructure of modern life in just […]

Firefox Debuts New Developer Toolbar

Firefox makes developing for the Web faster and easier with a unique Developer Command Line. The new tool provides easy keyboard control over Firefox’s Developer Tools and is intuitive, completing commands and parameters for you. In addition, Firefox unprefixes a […]

Announcing the First Beta Release of Persona

For the past year Mozilla has been working on an experimental login system that completely eliminates passwords on websites while being safe, secure, and easy to use. Today we’re casting off the “experimental” label and announcing the first “beta” release […]

Firefox Now Uses Less Memory to Make Browsing Faster

Firefox makes your Web experience faster by reducing memory usage when browsing with add-ons. The improvements make browsing smoother and more responsive. Firefox adds features that make it easier for developers to build amazing Web experiences. The new JavaScript Debugger […]

Firefox Add-ons Cross More Than 3 Billion Downloads!

We are excited to announce that we just crossed more than 3 billion downloads* of Firefox Add-ons! That’s almost half of the world’s population and more than the number of people on the Internet today. Mozilla introduced add-ons to the […]