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Firefox 25.0.1 And Thunderbird 24.1.1 Have Been Added To The Default Repositories Of Ubuntu 13.10/13.04/12.10/12.04 And Derivates

Hello Linux Geeksters. As you may know, both Firefox 25.0.1 and Thunderbird 24.1.1 have been released a few days ago, bringing only security fixes to the previous version. Now, both Firefox 25.0.1 and Thunderbird 24.1.1 have been added to the

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The Firefox Australis Interface Will Be Soon Integrated In The Mozilla-Central

Hello Linux Geeksters. The Mozilla developers are creating a new interface for Firefox, called Australis. It has a modern and simplistic look, with some design modications, including a new rounded tab bar. The Australis inteface has been already integrated in

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Mozilla Firefox 23 Has Been Released With A Brand New Logo

Hello Linux Geeksters. After Firefox 22 Stable’s release, the Mozilla team has created the first Beta version of Mozilla Firefox 23 and redesinged their fox logo. Firefox 23 Beta comes with new features and bugfixes, they have optimized better the

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Mozilla Creates The Cookie Clearinghouse, A Plugin That Blocks Third-Party Cookies

Mozilla and Standford Univesity develops the project Cookie Clearinghouse for managing third-party cookies. The plugin will not be available for Mozilla Firefox 22, since it is not stable enough. Cookie Clearinghouse is a Do Not Track option, which will forbit

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Mozilla Talkilla: New Communication Feature From Mozilla

The new Mozilla feature called Talkilla, developed by Sören Hentschel, will allow people to make and receive voice and video calls, send and share files and web content or having simple text conversations. Basicly, the users will be able to

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