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Firefox 4 Entering the Home Stretch

Yesterday's Firefox 4 beta 10 release will be followed by eleventh and perhaps twelfth betas. Also coming: a cautious initial approach to graphics acceleration.

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Mozilla Releases Thunderbird 3.3 Alpha 2

Mozilla has released a second alpha for version 3.3 of its next generation Thunderbird email client based on version 2.0 of the Gecko rendering platform, adding a new Troubleshooting information page to help users diagnose problems...

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Technology Preview for Qt SDK 1.1

The preview for Qt SDK 1.1 includes tooling to support Qt Quick/QML; this makes creating user interfaces with the declarative UI language simpler...

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Mozilla Blocks Firefox-Breaking Skype Toolbar

Mozilla has blocked a Skype toolbar add-on for its Firefox browser, after blaming the extension for causing 40,000 crashes last week.…...

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Free Software Foundation Backs Google's Web Video Moves

Google's recent announcements about web video standards and the Chrome browser continue to spark debate. In case you missed the first salvo in Google's web video brouhaha, on The Chromium Blog last week, Google officials wrote that they are putting more muscle behind the VP8 open source video codec, and that future versions of Chrome will support the WebM Project and Ogg Theora codecs.

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