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Burning Brighter: The Future of Firefox, Browsers and the Web

Remember the Browser Wars of the Aughts? Internet Exploder gripped the web. Firefox 1.0 challenged the king. Six years later, IE is waning. (But still strong.) WebKit rules smartphones. Where does Mozilla, and the web, go from here? More » Mozilla Firefox - Firefox - Browsers - Clients - WWW...

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Mozilla Stokes Firefox 4 with First Beta Build

New look tabs get Windows-only view on world for now Mozilla has released a first beta of Firefox 4, which comes loaded with lots of fresh features and a distinctive new look.…...

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Reset GNOME When Things Go Wrong on Your Linux Desktop [Linux Tip]

The great thing about Linux systems? They're so highly configurable. The really rough part of Linux? When things go wrong, it's hard to figure out where to look. To get your GNOME-based desktop back to its startup condition, try this terminal command. More »...

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Report: 7 Reasons to Use the Opera Web Browser on Linux

The Opera web browser runs on Windows, Mac, and Linux, and on mobile phones and mobile devices. Yes, its closed source, but it's free and packed with some great features. Eric Geier rounds up seven of them.

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Obama Tech Chiefs Debut Apps for Government

In a nod to Americans' growing reliance on mobile devices to access information, the Obama administration has unveiled a new online government portal along with several mobile apps.

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Report: More Than Half of Android Apps Are Free

At 57 percent, the Android Market boasts the highest percentage of free apps among all mobile app stores, says new analysis from Distimo.

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