Articles in “Around the Web”

Mozilla Fights for the Internet’s Future

Starting at midnight, Mozilla will join other leading Internet companies, public interest groups and citizens in opposing The Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) in the US House of Representatives. We’re censoring the Mozilla logo on many of our web sites … Read more

Popcorn Launch & Premiere of “One Millionth Tower”

Today is a big day for Mozilla and web video. Popcorn, Mozilla’s new HTML5 media toolkit, just launched version 1.0. Coinciding with the launch is the world premiere of the National Film Board of Canada’s “One Millionth Tower” project, a unique Popcorn-powered web documentary, … Read more

Mozilla Launches Web FWD

Today we’re launching Web FWD (Web Forward), the community-driven innovation accelerator from Mozilla Labs. Web FWD supports Open Web innovators by providing a space at Mozilla where they can build their products. We are creating a workshop environment where bold … Read more

Open Web, Open Video and WebM

Video is an integral part of the modern web experience, which is why Mozilla has been working for the past few years to make sure that video can be used in the ways necessary to sustain the web’s incredible growth … Read more

Plugin Check for Everyone

Editor’s Note: Today, Mozilla announced the availability of Plugin Check for all browsers. For more details, check out Johnathan Nightingale’s blog post, reposted below. It’s been a few months since I wrote about the work our plugin check team has … Read more

Bugzilla 3.6 Released Today

Today, the Bugzilla Project released Bugzilla 3.6, which brings some innovative new enhancements for Bugzilla over previous versions – most notably Extensions. Bugzilla Extensions allow developers to write their own customizable extensions similar to Firefox Add-ons, enabling modifications to Bugzilla’s … Read more