Faster, more stable browsing in Firefox 3.6 Video
Faster, more stable browsing in Firefox 3.6 Video Transcript
Firefox may no longer be the only serious alterna-browser in town, but that doesn't mean it's lost its chops. Take a tour of the modern Firefox in this First Look video.
Mozilla's first public beta for Firefox 4 debuts support for future-Web tech, lays the groundwork for better security features, and launches a brand-new look that should be eerily familiar to users of Opera and Chrome.
Two years in the making, Firefox 3 is a feature-loaded improvement on the previous version. Faster, safer, but not without some controversy, take a first look at Mozilla's big browser update.
Firefox 4 is here. In the works for nearly a year, the next-gen browser debuts a new look, new features like Sync, and competitive browsing speeds. Check out all that fiery and foxy goodness in this First Look video.
Take a visual tour of the newest version of Firefox.
The world first knew it as Weave Sync, but Mozilla has moved Firefox's in-house synchronization project out of its Labs, giving it a new name. Check out how Firefox Sync, which will be included in Firefox 4, matches up your preferences, bookmarks, passwords, history, and open tabs in this How To video.
In anticipation of Firefox 3, CNET News.com's Kara Tsuboi and Webware.com's Rafe Needleman discuss what users can look forward to with the new browser release. When it's available on June 17, expect faster service, the debut of the "awesome bar" and more security features.
Four betas, three release candidates, and one version number change later, Mozilla finally gives Firefox 3.5 the kick out the door that the general public has been waiting for. If you're not convinced that it's worth upgrading, watch what's new in this First Look video.
How does Firefox's first mobile browser handle? We'll show you in this First Look video.
Mozilla rebuilds Firefox for Android with native code, resulting in a faster browser with tabs, sync, add-ons, and Flash support.