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Mozilla Firefox originally launched under what title?

Choose your answer and the correct choice will be revealed. Following the release of Netscape’s source code in March 1998, the Mozilla project launched its first major browser revision in June 2002 as Mozilla 1.0. Only a few months later in September, the browser’s name was changed to “Phoenix” to illustrate that Mozilla’s new browser…

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Rust, not Firefox, is Mozilla’s greatest industry contribution

Commentary: Mozilla has struggled for years to match its Firefox success. With Rust, Mozilla has surpassed it. Image: Mozilla Linus Torvalds is perhaps best known as the creator of Linux, but he has arguably had a bigger impact as the inventor of Git. In like manner, though we remember Mozilla as the organization behind the…

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Firefox will no longer support Amazon’s Fire TV or Echo Show devices on April 30th

Firefox will no longer support Amazon Fire TV or Echo Show devices starting April 30th, Mozilla announced on Friday (via Android Police). “You will no longer be able to install [Firefox] on FireTV, receive security updates, or be able to reinstall the app if you uninstall it starting on April 30, 2021,” Mozilla said in…

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Firefox on Amazon Fire TV, Echo Show End support Following month

Mozilla as an organization has been having trouble finding ways to generate revenue without betraying its principles and its community. One of the steps it has taken to keep operating despite that is to consolidate its resources to focus on efforts that have a bigger ROI. That involves restructuring, layoffs, and dropping projects it may…

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New Firefox update prevents accidental leak of sensitive data

Home News Software (Image credit: Shutterstock / Valery Brozhinsky) The newest version of the popular open source Firefox web browser ships with a stricter Referrer Policy that’ll help protect sensitive user information against accidental leaks.Firefox 87, which will drop later today, will trim details that reveal identifying information about the user, from the HTTP referrer…

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Firefox replaces Google Analytics with fake no-op in strict tracking protection

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Remain Calm: The fox is still in the Firefox logo

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Firefox makes it harder to Facebook and others to track you online

Mozilla’s Firefox 86 update comes with a new “Total Cookie Protection” feature that enhances user privacy. Total Cookie Protection will remove a company’s ability to access cookies belonging to a different site, preventing the said company from tracking users online. The new cookie feature has to be turned on manually in the browser’s settings panel.…