Mozilla released its Firefox 53 update on April 19, introducing a new browser engine and patching 39 vulnerabilities in the open-source web browser. The new browser engine technology in Firefox 53 is known as Project Quantum and is a multipart effort... Read More
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Good news for those waiting compression algorithm Brotli launch and integration in Chrome: Soon Internet browser can be faster and consume less electricity from the battery can be used when the smartphone.
Brotli can be more efficient, with up to 26% to the current compression algorithm, Zopfli and better data compression means that web pages load faster, less traffic on mobile devices and a battery that takes longer.
If you want to use some Google services like Google+, Drive, Calendadario, Keep or Google Play you can do no see forced to use a Gmail account. It’s interesting to notice That the only Google service That Uses the new form and lets you use your... Read More
A new publication by Wikileaks shows how new technologies massive spying all possible barriers violate the right to privacy. It is the publication of 200 documents about eighty private industry companies espionage and show that the new technologies... Read More
Powered by Gecko, the rendering engine of Firefox, it’s a modern and robust solution to edit Web pages in conformance to the latest Web Standards. It’s free to download (current stable version is 1.7) and is available on Windows, Mac OS X and... Read More
Re-blog from http://blog.mozilla.org/theden Most of our Firefox fans know that you can always use the Awesome Bar for your search needs — that’s one of its main jobs. But sometimes, you just want a shortcut — hey, every second counts in our busy... Read More
There are two ways to stay secure using Firefox. OK, I know we just told you there are six, but they’re split into two camps: three things that Firefox does for you, and three things you can do to protect yourself. So we did some simple security... Read More
It’s time for Halloween in the U.S. and people have scary things on their mind. There are scary things on the Internet as well, but Firefox doesn’t want you to get “tricked.” For a Halloween “treat” instead, here’s an overview of some of... Read More