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Mozilla launches home IoT platform designed for Raspberry Pi
Mozilla’s internet of things (IoT) team has finally matured its IoT development platform, with the help of plenty of interest from the developer and maker communities.
Mozilla launches Firefox Send, an encrypted file transfer service
Mozille Firefox has launched a free encrypted file transfer service that allows people to securely share files from any web browser – not just Firefox.
Mozilla delays distrust of Symantec TLS certificates
Mozilla has delayed its distrust of all Symantec security certificates – because so many businesses have failed to do anything about the problem.
Nominate your pick now for the NZ Open Source Awards
Nominations are now open for Catalyst’s 2018 New Zealand Open Source Awards.
Bye bye, NPAPI: Mozilla issues critical update to Firefox, disables plugins
Firefox has disabled all NPAPI plugin capability except Flash. Common plugins such as Adobe Acrobat, Java and Microsoft Silverlight no longer load.
Mozilla CEO resigns following anti-gay marriage backlash...
"We know why people are hurt and angry, and they are right: it’s because we haven’t stayed true to ourselves."
Fired up Mozilla stakes smartphone claim
Mozilla to launch phone operating system after securing 18 mobile operator partners, including device commitments from a host of companies.
Mozilla Firefox upgrade taken offline
Users advised to downgrade as web browser upgrade is removed over vulnerability concerns.
Firefox browser beta suited
Web browsers announce new version of latest software in search for improvements.
Short wait for Firefox 8
What sets the latest version of the Mozilla browser apart from the others?
Mozilla ramps up Firefox schedule
Could the publisher be alienating enterprise users?
Safari and Chrome make gains in browser wars
Safari and Chrome gain market share despite version updates from Microsoft and Mozilla
Firefox 4 crushes IE9
Mozilla sees its Firefox 4 browser downloaded 7.1 million times in just 24 hours of going live compared to IE9's 2.3 million.