Specifically celebrates with fruit
Firefox has released its 100th version of the browser and despite tough competition from Chrome has still managed to survive and thrive, even if it is market has become a little more “niche.”
Firefox does not need to be bigger than Chrome
Industry analysts are concerned about Firefox's future even while the big cheeses in the Mozzarella Foundation are reporting good profits.
Firefox no longer warpy enough for time warps
The OS/2 community is getting close to obtaining a modern browser on their ancient platform.
Leaking more than you think
While most users think that Firefox is less leaky than Chrome, it appears that the Red Panda themed browser sends more data to the big cheeses at the Mozzarella Foundation than most are aware.
Slashdot’s verdict on why Firefox is losing market share
Slashdot readers have been debating why research shows Firefox losing market share and the common thread, like this rant, because it is because it arrogantly refuses to listen to its users.
Apparently, this was surprising
Big Cheeses at the Mozzarella Foundation have found that a pilot test of advertising on its Firefox browser went down about as well as a Fudzilla presentation at an Apple product launch.
Looking for other revenue streams
Firefox maker, Mozilla, is in the awkward position of being financially dependent on its search deal with Google, which accounts for the majority of the organisation’s revenue.
Government sites are not upgraded
Big Cheeses in the Mozzarella Foundation have reenabled support for the insecure TLS 1.0 and TLS 1.1 in the latest version of Firefox.