Mozilla News

Firefox Users Can Now Choose Their Favorite Browser on iOS

If you’re an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch user you’ll be happy to learn that Firefox for iOS is now available in the App Store worldwide. Firefox for iOS lets you take your favorite browser with you wherever you go […]

A New Yahoo Search Experience for Firefox Users in U.S.

Today, we are excited that Firefox users in the U.S. will see a new, improved, innovative and fun experience on Yahoo Search. A year ago we entered into a strategic partnership with Yahoo to be the default search experience for […]

MozFest 2015 Demo Garage: Showing What’s Possible with the Open Web

From David Bryant, VP of Platform Engineering and Interim CTO: Mozilla Festival 2015 was a productive and dynamic event celebrating the world’s most valuable public resource — the open Web. MozFest is also a gathering place for Mozilla community members […]

Firefox Now Offers a More Private Browsing Experience

We’re releasing a powerful new feature in Firefox Private Browsing called Tracking Protection. We created this feature because we believe in giving you more choice and control over your Web experience. With the release of Tracking Protection in Firefox Private […]

Mozilla Open Source Support Program: Applications are Open

Last week we launched the Mozilla Open Source Support Program (MOSS) – an award program specifically focused on supporting open source and free software. The first track within MOSS provides support for open source and free software projects that Mozilla […]

Mozilla Launches Open Source Support Program

Initial Allocation of One Million US Dollars Today Mozilla is launching an award program specifically focused on supporting open source and free software. Our initial allocation for this program is $1,000,000. We are inviting people already deeply connected to Mozilla […]

Mozilla’s Vision for a Healthy, Sustainable Web

Not surprisingly, the latest discussions around content blocking have resulted in a polarizing debate about the users who choose to block content as a way to control their Web experience, and the commercial interests who monetize that content. All of […]