Where is Firefox for iOS?
Firefox has become a piece of crap, some pages render horribly. Chrome has become bloated and slow because Google is putting everything but the kitchen sink in it. I have gone back to Safari, specially in iOS where is wicked fast in iOS 6.
A hole in Firefox 16 makes it possible for a malicious site to access a user’s browsing history, Mozilla security chief Michael Coates revealed in a blog yesterday. Coates promised a patch today for the vulnerability in the latest version of the browser.
My Mac mini freezes if I open Chrome, to the point I have to manually shut the computer down. Chrome used to be better than anything else, but these days, even Firefox (with NoScript) is faster. And it doesn’t crash, or crash my computer.
Google, stop adding crap to Chrome and bring back the lean, mean browser you had a year ago.
Mozilla Firefox updated to version 15.
The biggest thing?… It now updates in the background just like Chrome. (This was available for Windows, now it is available for OS X as well).
Mozilla will drop support for Apple’s OS X 10.5, or Leopard, after it ships Firefox 16 in October, according to company developers.
Mozilla Firefox still exist…interesting.
Introducing Pulse for the Web
This is a great app on the iPhone and iPad, now on your computer too.
The Next Web:
According to StatCounter’s data, IE remains strong with a 32 percent share, while Firefox is steadily losing ground and currently hovering around 23.7 percent. Apple’s Safari browser comes in fourth with a 7.1 percent worldwide market share.
And for some reason it locks up my Mac Mini at work and I’m using Safari.
All Things D:
Firefox OS is to be an open mobile platform where every app and function is based on HTML5, with none of the so-called “native apps” specific to a particular operating system.
This, is an OPEN mobile OS. Unlike some green robots out there.