Surrender to the mighty Google
A Microsoft manager has hacked off shedloads with his claim that Mozilla should give up on Firefox and surrender to Chromium – just like Vole did.
Security feature might make you less secure
With its next patch Mozilla will introduce two new features to its Firefox browser it calls "DNS over HTTPs" (DoH) and Trusted Recursive Resolver (TRR). Mozilla says this is an additional feature which enables security, however some security experts think it will make you less secure.
Firefox browsers might soon indentify sites which do not run HTTPS as insecure.
Quantum it is rather good
Mozilla today launched Firefox 57, branded Firefox Quantum, for Windows, Mac, Linux, Android, and iOS. We have been running it for a month or so and it is rather good.
WebExtensions SDK will be it
The big cheeses of the Mozarella foundation will ship Firefox 57 as the first version of its browser that will not support legacy Firefox add-ons.
Not worth the effort
Big Cheeses at the Mozorella Foundation have announced today plans to stop all support for the Firefox browser on Windows XP and Vista in June 2018.
It can even handle Fudz' CMS
After being stuck in the slow lane for ages, Mozilla’s new Quantum browser is starting to look like it might be faster than Chrome.
Chrome will not trust them any more
After deciding to distrust Symantec's certificates in March, Google has decided that from Chrome 66 it will completely remove any trust of Symantec-issued certificates issued before 1 June, 2016.
Replaces it with a kid’s superhero
The Big Cheeses at the Mozzarella Foundation have decided that the reason that the browser is being ignored is not because it is slower than an asthmatic ant with a heavy load of shopping, and hangs on to memory like an NRA member hangs onto his guns, but because it is represented by a cute Red Panda.
Does not really say how
Mozilla Chief Executive Chris Beard claims that the outfit is set to make Mozilla great again, although he does not say if it will finally get around to fixing the memory problem which has always blighted the browser.