How to Delete Your Internet Browser History

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There are many reasons to delete your internet browser history. No matter what reason you choose, here’s how to delete it and hide your tracks. First off, it’s important to note that your browser history and search history are two different things. This how-to guide will show you how to delete your browser history, but […]

Panasonic Bringing Firefox OS to Smart TVs This Year

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LG might be bringing webOS to smart TVs, but Panasonic will be trying to one-up LG by introducing Firefox OS for smart TVs, which will release at some point later in the year. Mozilla and Panasonic say that they’ll “work together to promote Firefox OS and its open ecosystem,” hopefully boosting the awareness of the […]

Firefox OS Phones Not Coming to the US Anytime Soon

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Many of us have been eager to try out upcoming Firefox OS smartphones, as they look to bring something new and unique to the saturated phone market. However, folks in the US will unfortunately miss out on that opportunity, as Mozilla has confirmed to CNET that it won’t be selling Firefox OS phones in the […]

Mozilla Teases Chromecast-Like Tab Mirroring in Firefox

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Mozilla employee Mark Finkle has teased us with a photo of what he says is “tab mirroring from Firefox to Roku” using a Nexus 4. The photo pictures the Nexus 4 with the Firefox web browser open, and the television in the background is displaying the same image that’s on the smartphone. This hints to […]

Sony’s Firefox Xperia Smartphone Slated for 2014 Debut

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At Mobile World Congress, Sony Mobile Communications announced that it plans on developing an Xperia smartphone with Mozilla’s Firefox OS. The development work will be done in partnership with Telefonica. Sony says that a phone with Firefox OS is under development and the company hopes to bring it to market sometime in 2014. Sony now […]

Mozilla Announces First Developer Firefox OS Phones

Firefox OS Developer Preview phones

Today Mozilla announced the first developer preview phones for Firefox OS will go on sale in February for anyone interested in creating apps for the platform. Mozilla partnered with Geeksphone and Telefonica to make two developer preview Firefox OS smartphones: a low-end model and one that’s closer to the mid-range. The low-end phone goes by […]

ZTE to Launch Firefox Phone in Europe This Year

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Even though ZTE was showing some new Android smartphones and phablets at the Consumer Electronics Show this year, company U.S. head Cheng Lixin says that ZTE is already working with a few European carriers to deliver a Firefox phone later this year. And despite finding growth in the Android segment, ZTE isn’t the only one with […]

First Images of Firefox OS for Phones Look Familiar

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Mozilla is trying to create yet another mobile platform, and now we finally have an idea of what it will look like. The new images come from Tech Week Europe, and show a mobile platform that takes a few cues from the big players in the space. At first glance the OS looks like a […]

New Firefox for Android Sports New Design, Faster Speeds

Firefox for Android

The new design for Firefox for Android is finally available in the stable build of the browser, bringing a sleek design and a faster browser to all Android smartphone users. Mozilla announced the new version of Firefox for Android on its blog. The company claims the new Firefox is the fastest browser on Android, even […]

Firefox for Android Beta Hits Google Play With a New UI

Firefox for Android Beta

Firefox for Android Beta has a brand new design that fits more nicely with the rest of the Android platform. Mozilla’s new Firefox for Android Beta has all the features of the stable version of Firefox for Android, but with a new design and new features. The stable version of Firefox is still available in […]

Chrome’s Crash Happy Attitude is Getting Old

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Google’s Chrome browser has been the first thing I install on new computers, but the recent crashing, buggy behavior and juvenile ‘Aw, Snap’ error messages are pushing me towards Safari or FireFox. The last straw came this week when tab after tab in Chrome crashed throwing the , “Aw, Snap” error message that was funny […]

How To Login to 2 Gmail Accounts at the Same Time, In the Same Browser

How to Login to 2 Gmail Accounts at the Same Time in the Same Browser

Many of us have multiple email accounts for work, personal life and volunteering. As more organizations move to Google Apps, a growing number of users end up with multiple Gmail accounts. While you can forward your accounts to one central location and use different browsers, these solutions aren’t perfect. Instead, we will show you how to login to 2 Gmail accounts […]

Mozilla Firefox 4 For Android Now Available

Mozilla Firefox For Android

Finally, after a wait that to Android owners may have seemed like years (it was actually months), Mozilla’s mobile browser has shed its beta skin and the final build, shockingly called Mozilla Firefox 4 for Android, is now available on the Android Market. Mozilla claims that Firefox 4 for Android is three times faster than […]

Weekly Wrap Up: Notebook, Tablet and Smart Phone News for March 25th

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Another busy week is wrapping up and we’ve pulled together the biggest notebook, tablet and smart phone news of the week, including our Best of CTIA winners, to help you get caught up on what’s going on in technology. The biggest news of the week was arguably the CTIA Wireless 2011 show in Orlando which was the […]

Geeks Moving to Chrome, Consumers Still Running IE and Firefox

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Geeks will dump a browser and adopt another if it proves to be faster and have more bells and whistles. Techcrunch is reporting today that Google Chrome is used by more of its visitors than any other, ripping the title away from FireFox after four years. Google Chrome is currently my favorite browser and I […]

Unleash FireShepherd on Firesheep

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This morning I posted a link to Dwight Silverman’s excellent article on Firesheep, the Firefox add-in that allows someone to follow you around on the Internet if you’re on an unsecured WiFi hotspot. Now, I’m posting a link to another good piece, this one from James Kendrick, on FireShepherd, which is an application that basically […]

Firesheep Opens Eyes to Insecure Browsing

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Firesheep is a new dirty word in many eyes around the Internet. Firesheep is a Firefox extension that allows a snooper to relatively easy get into anyone’s browsing sessions on a public WiFi hotspot. Think of your favorite coffee shop. Dwight Silverman has a nice write up on this here. The story he recounts is […]

I don’t have an iPad. Am I alone?

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So we’ve heard from Chris about how he’s no longer using his iPad, and from Warner about how he’s using his iPad more and more. Seems like a straight point-counterpoint, right? Well, don’t count the third parties out yet. I don’t have an iPad. Am I alone?