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There is news that Mozilla will kill Firefox 2.0 soon and stop support for this famous browser. Firefox 2.0 users will get a notification to update to version 3.0 in the next couple of days.

Discuss It (12) submitted by: RedPanda  published: Dec 16, 2008 (www.gigglecomputer.com)
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Blackbird provides African Americans with easy access to advanced features and services, greater visibility and access to hard-to-find African-American online content and a platform for sharing their entire internet experience on the web.

Discuss It (3) submitted by: liberty  published: Dec 9, 2008 (www.blackbirdhome.com)
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GotGame is giving gamers something to do during their bouts of boredom. The company has released Rogue, a web browser based on WebKit and Adobe’s AIR platform that integrates directly into most of today’s popular gamer, allowing users to swap between their game and the web with a single hotkey.

Discuss It (3) submitted by: headphoneguy  published: Nov 22, 2008 (www.techcrunch.com)
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Firefox continues to add features to pre-release builds of the venerable web browser’s next incarnation, Firefox 3.1. The latest thing to hit the development trunk is the new private browsing feature, otherwise known as porn mode.

Discuss It (4) submitted by: tastybit  published: Nov 6, 2008 (www.webmonkey.com)
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Go give it a test drive!

Discuss It (2) submitted by: Gnome  published: Sep 2, 2008 (www.google.com)
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Google Chrome is Google’s open source browser project. As rumored before under the name of “Google Browser”, this will be based on the existing rendering engine Webkit. Furthermore, it will include Google’s Gears project.

Discuss It (4) submitted by: FatKid  published: Sep 1, 2008 (blogoscoped.com)
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Microsoft spelled out new privacy tools in Internet Explorer 8 (IE8) that some have dubbed "porn mode" in a nod to the most obvious use of a browser privacy mode. Rival browser builder Mozilla Corp. said it is working to add similar features to a future Firefox.

Discuss It (4) submitted by: adam84  published: Aug 26, 2008 (www.computerworld.com)
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Ever wondered how Firefox has become such a feature-complete browser without the squadrons of paid programmers beavering away at the boring features? Turns out the Mozilla Foundation actually makes tens of millions of dollars a year from Firefox, which it ploughs back into development projects.

Discuss It (2) submitted by: BizFish  published: May 9, 2007 (apcmag.com)
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