Articles by Melissa Shapiro

Firefox 3.5 Available Now!

We’re very excited to announce the official release of Firefox 3.5! You can download Firefox 3.5 at firefox.com and enjoy the new features and faster performance. If you’re using the latest version of Firefox 3.0, you can get Firefox 3.5 … Read more

Mozilla Advances the Web with Firefox 3.5

For more information, visit the FAQ. Mozilla Advances the Web with Firefox 3.5 Major update to browser delivers significant performance improvements, privacy enhancements, support for new Web standards, and greater customization options MOUNTAIN VIEW, CALIF. – June 30, 2009 – … Read more

Discover Shiretoko

Yesterday, Mozilla Japan shared the Discover Shiretoko campaign with the world! Discover Shiretoko was born as a collaborative project between Japan’s Shiretoko Foundation and Mozilla Japan. Shiretoko is a national park in Northern Japan – it is also the codename … Read more

New Firefox 3.5 Videos

Firefox 3.5 is the fastest Firefox ever – check out this video of Director of Firefox, Mike Beltzner running through the new features. Please note, you can view the video without plug-ins using Firefox 3.5 and get a first-hand look … Read more

Dailymotion Supports Open Video

Exciting news! Today, Dailymotion, one of the world’s largest video entertainment websites, announced support for the new open video and web standards available in the current beta release of Firefox 3.5. Dailymotion issued a press release about the news. Mozilla’s … Read more

Mozilla Labs Launches Prism 1.0 beta

Editor’s note: Mozilla Labs released Prism 1.0 beta today. Check out Matthew Gertner’s blog post on the Mozilla Labs blog, excerpted below. Today we are pleased to announce the release of the beta version of Prism 1.0. It’s the culmination … Read more

Announcing Fennec 1.0 Beta 1

Editor’s note: Mozilla released Fennec 1.0 beta 1 on Tuesday, March 17, 2009 at 5:37 pm PT. We’ve excerpted from Stuart Parmenter’s blog about the milestone below. You can read the full blog post here or find out more by … Read more

In Support of Open Video

Editor’s note: Today, Mozilla announced a $100,000 grant to the Wikimedia Foundation to advance open video.  See comprehensive posts from Mike Shaver, VP of Engineering and Chris Blizzard, Director of Evangelism.  Excerpt from Mike’s post here: We believe that Theora … Read more